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GDOT: Lane & Ramp Closure Advisory for the I-16 at I-95 Improvement Projects Through September 11

FYI for those traveling to and from Chatham

Weather permitting, Georgia Department of Transportation construction partners will close interstate lanes. The closures are necessary for tree removal and widening activities for I-16, work on the new I-16/I-95 Interchange bridges, and placement of barrier walls.


*NOTES:  Ramp closure and detour information is shown using red text


Daytime Closures

Tuesday, September 7 through Saturday, September 11, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Daily)
Intermittent right and left lane closures at the following locations

  • I-16 westbound from Dean Forest Road (MP 160) to Chatham Parkway (MP 162)

Tuesday, September 7 through Saturday, September 11, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Daily)

Intermittent right and left lane closures at the following locations

  • I-16 eastbound from Chatham Parkway (MP 162) to Dean Forest Road (MP 160)

Overnight Closures & Detour

Tuesday, September 7 through Saturday, September 11, 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. (Nightly) 

  • I-95 northbound to I-16 eastbound ramp (Exit 99A)

Motorists traveling on I-95 northbound should continue past the I-16/ I-95 Interchange, exit at US Hwy 80 (Exit 102) turn left off the ramp, then turn left to access I-95 southbound, then take the I-16 eastbound ramp (Exit 99A).


Holiday work restrictions will be in place beginning Friday, September 3, 2021 at 12 p.m. until Tuesday, September 7, 2021 at 5 a.m. No lane closures or work that restricts or interferes with traffic will be conducted during this timeframe.


Advisory: Exact time may change due to weather conditions. Motorists are advised to expect delays, exercise caution, and reduce their speed while traveling through work zones, stay alert, and watch for workers. Before heading out, get real-time information on work status and traffic conditions. Call 511, visit 511ga.org, or download the Georgia 511 app. Our maintenance team members who repair roads and bridges and our project teams who oversee construction projects are continuing their work while following sanitary work practices prescribed by health agencies to protect themselves and the public from the coronavirus.
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