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Work in Your Neighborhood

Atlanta Gas Light provides safe and reliable natural gas service to approximately 1.7 million customers across Georgia. There's a chance that you may see our qualified employees and contractors performing work in your neighborhood. Atlanta Gas Light reminds community members to remain vigilant around any active construction site and practice the following safety precautions:

  • Keep children and pets safe by keeping them away from construction areas
  • Do not park in marked construction zones
  • Drive carefully when in construction zones
  • Follow and obey the direction of traffic signs and on-site crews

Building New Pipelines

During the past 25 years, Atlanta's metro area has experienced rapid growth, largely in regions far from our existing interstate supply points and high-pressure transmission pipeline system. Today’s low natural gas prices present an ideal environment for investing in expanding our transmission pipelines to help serve these thriving communities. During all our construction projects, safety is our priority. Great care is taken to minimize inconvenience to property owners in the project areas.

Construction Projects

Current Projects

Forsyth, Dawson, Lumpkin, Hall Counties
(Cumming to Hall County Pipeline Project)
The Cumming to Hall County Pipeline Project involves the installation of 29 miles of transmission pipeline. The pipeline corridor begins near an Atlanta Gas Light facility at Spot Road north of Cumming. It then continues north into Dawson County before turning east into Lumpkin and Hall Counties where it ends in the Thompson Bridge Road area south of Murrayville. Pipeline installation got underway in Fall 2022 and will be completed in phases. The first section under construction is in a cross-country easement between the Spot Road/Highway 9 area in Forsyth County to an area south of GA Highway 53 in Dawson County.  Construction on the next phase is planned to start in 2024 and will begin in Dawson County and continue north and east into Lumpkin and Hall Counties. Residents directly affected by the construction work will be notified prior to the work in their area. Surveying and other pre-construction activities are continuing in other sections of the pipeline corridor.

Need more information?
Cumming to Hall County FAQ
Contact us at 404.584.3186 or

Gwinnett and Dekalb Counties
(Buford Highway Replacement Project)

The Buford Highway Replacement Project involves the installation of distribution pipeline in northeast DeKalb and western Gwinnett Counties. The project route begins at Central Avenue in Doraville and then continues west on Buford Highway where it ends at our existing station near the intersection with Old Norcross Road. Construction is planned in phases and the first phase from Central Avenue to just past the Gwinnett County line got underway in May 2023. This phase is expected to be complete by the end of the year. The next phase is planned to begin in late 2023/early 2024. Businesses and residents directly affected by construction work will be notified prior to work starting in each phase. 

Need more information?
Buford Highway Replacement Fact Sheet
Contact us at 404.584.3131 or
Project website:
Project Twitter: @agl_projects

Gwinnett and Forsyth Counties
(Cumming to Commerce Parkway Project)
The project includes surveying activities for a corridor for the Cumming to Commerce Parkway pipeline project. The project corridor is approximately 11 miles between GA 400 (east of the Hwy 141 interchange) in Forsyth County and Commerce Parkway at Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in Gwinnett County with some areas along existing road rights-of-way (ROW). Property owners along the survey corridor were notified prior to work in their area. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2026.

Need more information?
Contact us at 404.584.3130 or


Completed Projects

Butts and Henry Counties
(Central Region Pipeline – Jackson Station to McDonough) 

The Central Region Pipeline – Jackson Station to McDonough went into service in late 2018. The line begins at an existing regulator station near King Mill Road south of McDonough and continues for approximately 12 miles south and east along GA Highway where it connects to the existing system near Bunch Road north of Jackson.

Cobb County
(Wade Green Road Pressure Improvement Project)

The Wade Green Road Pressure Improvement Project went into service in late 2020. The project included the installation of approximately 3.5 miles of steel distribution pipe from an area near the intersection of Cobb Parkway and McCullom Parkway in Kennesaw and continues west to and along Jiles Road and Jiles Place. The new line connects to the existing system at each end.

Floyd County
(Rome Expansion Project)

The Rome Expansion project went into service in the Fall of 2021. The project path begins at the intersection of Shorter Avenue and Redmond Circle. It continues east along Shorter Avenue, turns north on Watson Street, then east along North Elm Street. The route continues north on North Division Street, turns east on Charlton Street, then south along Martha Berry Boulevard. The path cuts eastward cross country before turning south down Riverside Parkway to Turner-McCall Boulevard, east on Broad Street, Martin Luther King Boulevard and Kingston Highway to Goodman Road. The new pipe was tied into our existing system on both ends.

Forsyth County 
(Cumming Lateral Pipeline) 
The Cumming Lateral pipeline went into service in Fall 2017. The line begins on Atlanta Highway (Highway 9) just north of the intersection with Bethelview Road and continues for 11 miles north through the City of Cumming to the intersection of Highway 9 and Spot Road where it connects to our existing system.

Fulton County
(Piedmont Enhancement Project)
The Piedmont Enhancement Project went into service in early 2023. The project included the replacement and installation of distribution lines in the Buckhead area along Piedmont and East Paces Ferry Roads. The new lines were connected to our existing system on each end.

North Gwinnett and Hall Counties 
(Suwanee to Friendship Pipeline) 
The Suwanee to Friendship pipeline went into service in early 2018. The line begins around Peavy Trail (just south of Buford Highway) in north Gwinnett County and then continues east for approximately 12 miles to the intersection of Thompson Mill Road and Spout Springs Road in south Hall County where it connects to our existing system. 

Cobb and Paulding Counties 
(Northwest Georgia Expansion Pipeline)
The Northwest Georgia Expansion pipeline went into service in early 2018. The line begins in Paulding County in the vicinity of Lucas Road near the Bartow/Paulding county line. It continues cross-country in a generally southeastern direction through Paulding and Cobb Counties for approximately 10 miles to an existing regulator station off Mars Hill Road west of Kennesaw. 

Paulding and Douglas Counties
(Paulding County Main Project)

The Paulding County Main Project went into service in Fall 2020. The line begins at an interstate supply point near High Point Road in Douglas County and runs north and east where it connects to our existing system near the intersection of Ridge Road and Dallas Nebo Road.

Gwinnett, Forsyth, and Fulton Counties
(McGinnis Ferry Improvement Project)

The McGinnis Ferry Improvement pipeline went into service in Summer 2023. The new pipeline was installed in road right-of-way along McGinnis Ferry Road beginning just east of Old Atlanta Road and continuing east to the intersection with Scales Road. It is connected to our existing system on each end.

Replacing Pipelines

Atlanta Gas Light invests in its distribution system to provide safe and reliable service to families and businesses across Georgia. Some of these projects involve replacing pipe that is reaching the end of its useful life with newer, advanced pipe to help ensure an even safer and more reliable natural gas pipeline system. More than 20 years ago, we became one of the first gas utilities in the nation to begin a comprehensive pipeline replacement program that became a model for utilities across the country

Pipeline Replacement Information

Atlanta Gas Light continuously monitors and upgrades its distribution system to provide safe and reliable service to homes and businesses. Customers directly affected by pipeline replacement projects will receive a letter before work begins and as work progresses. During the work, there may be temporary inconveniences (noise, lane closures, etc.) but we strive to minimize impacts.

The process often involves replacing the gas main along the street or behind the curb. In multi-unit residential or business complexes, the work often occurs in common areas. The work may also include the replacement or transfer of service lines to individual homes and businesses. In order to complete the work, gas service to affected homes and businesses will be interrupted for a short period of time. An authorized contractor or Atlanta Gas Light representative will schedule a time with the property owner to enter the home or business and relight all working gas appliances once the service connection is complete. Property owners should NOT attempt to relight their own pilot lights. 

Our authorized contractors also handle property restoration as the project progresses with final cleanup once it is finished. The time it takes to complete each project depends upon a variety of factors, including the amount of pipe being replaced, the weather, the location of existing utilities, etc. Atlanta Gas Light makes every effort to complete each project as quickly and efficiently as possible. 

Customers with additional questions about pipeline replacement work in their area can contact us at 404.584.3130 or email us at

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Maintaining the System

The safety of our customers, communities and employees is our top priority. Regular inspections and maintenance efforts help ensure this level of reliability. We rely on our Transmission Integrity Management Program (TIMP) to assess the condition of our larger pipelines. Those assessments may lead to line repair or replacement