Commute to Georgia Massage School is Improved as McGinnis Ferry Road Widening Project Draws to a Close
Completion of Four-Year-Long Road Widening Project Results in Faster Commute, Wider Lanes for Students Seeking a Career in Massage Therapy
Atlanta, Ga. – March 13, 2012 – Students and instructors at Georgia Massage School can now enjoy a dramatically faster commute after the recent completion of the McGinnis Ferry road-widening project. The four-year-long project runs from the border of Johns Creek, from west of Sargent Road to the Chattahoochee River. The road was widened from two lanes to four lanes, which doubles the traffic capacity and decreases drive times.
Over 5.243 miles were widened and reconstructed, a project that cost approximately $40.7 million. Along this route, the Georgia Department of Transportation added four new traffic signals. These changes have resulted in a smoother ride and a much faster commute for motorists.
“The McGinnis Ferry road-widening project has made access to Georgia Massage School easier than ever,” said massage director and founder of Georgia Massage School, Laurie Craig. “My drive time has been drastically reduced due to the addition of the two new lanes. Additionally, the McGinnis Ferry overpass, located above I-85, allows motorists to bypass I-85 interstate traffic altogether, further reducing the time it takes to arrive at Georgia Massage School. The completion of this project should provide much easier access for students residing in Johns Creek, Alpharetta, Duluth, Norcross and Milton to fulfill their educations and to pursue careers in massage therapy at our school.”
For more about the Georgia Massage School or for information about beginning a career in massage therapy, visit www.georgiamassageschool.com. To find directions to Georgia Massage School using the McGinnis Ferry Road, please visit www.georgiamassageschool.com/ga-massage-school-directions.
About Georgia Massage School
Lifetime massage teachers Rick Garbowski and Laurie Craig founded Georgia Massage School with the premise that “Balancing ~ Learning ~ Life” are key elements for happy, well-educated and fulfilled massage students. With a collective 40 years of experience, the school’s founders combine a state-approved curriculum with their own personal educational experiences to offer students unique insights into the industry. Offering a core 500-hour curriculum and a full range of accredited continuing education units, the school provides learning options for beginning and experienced therapists. The school provides half-day massage therapy courses and is state approved and nationally credentialed by the NCBTMB. For more information about the school, classes or enrollment, please call 678-482-1100 or visit www.georgiamassageschool.com.