Gov. Nathan Deal in a photo from his campaign, where he said that if elected, he would get the tolls taken off of Georgia 400.
ATLANTA -- According to the State Road and Tollway Authority, the GA 400 tolls will come down on November 21, if weather permits.
This announcement follows a July 2012 press conference where Governor Deal announced the tollbooths would be removed by December 2013.
The GA 400 tolls were originally scheduled to come down in 2011, however in December 2010, the state issued $40 million more bonds to be tied to the toll revenue.
In the event of severe weather, the tollbooths will be removed on November 22 or November 23.