Southeastern Site Development, Inc. was selected to do the demolition of the toll booths on Georgia Highway 400.
Georgia State Route 400 begins at Interstate 85 just north of Downtown Atlanta, goes through Buckhead, then has a junction with Interstate 285 before heading north into the northern Atlanta suburbs. The freeway section ends at SR 306 and SR 400 continues as a surface road until reaching its end at US 19/SR 60/SR 115.
All of SR 400 south of the Dawson–Lumpkin county line is included as part of the National Highway System, a system of roadways important to the nation's economy, defense, and mobility.
At the south terminus, new ramps connecting Georgia 400 south to Interstate 85 north and Interstate 85 south to Georgia 400 north opened on April 2, 2014. The project was two years in the making and was paid for with funds from the Georgia 400 toll plaza.
In Forsyth County, GA 400 will expand from two lanes to three lanes from McFarland Pkwy to GA 369. This expansion is expected to be completed in October of 2018.