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SE Ga Road Work: Weekly Traffic Interruption Advisory June 19 – 25

Georgia DOT continues essential road work throughout Southeast Georgia.  As a result, work on construction and maintenance projects will continue Saturday, June 19 through Friday, June 25.

All work subject to change due to weather or other factors. Motorists are cautioned to reduce their speed while traveling thru work zones, pay attention and watch for workers.

Traffic interruptions are listed below by interstates, categories, and counties.

Interstate 95 Interruptions 

Bryan County

SR 144 @ I-95 (Exit 90)                                       

Thunderbird Drive to Longwood Dr. in Richmond Hill

Lane closure for pipe placement under SR 144

Nightly 6pm to 5am


Bryan & Chatham Counties 

I-95 Striping Operation                                       

US17 (Exit 87) to Quacco Rd. overpass bridge

Slow moving rolling lane closures with temporarily blocking of ramps

Nightly, 7pm thru 6am


 Interstate 16 Interruptions

Bulloch, Bryan, Effingham and Chatham Counties

SR67 to I-95                  

Lane closures for slab repair/replacement & shoulder repair

Monday thru Sunday:

Milepost 126 to 142 EB and WB, 6am to 7pm & 7pm to 6am

Continuous thru weekend

Milepost 142 to 157 East Bound, 8pm to 6am Nightly


Effingham County

I – 16 MP 147 To MP 148 

EB Lane Closures for Removal of overhang jacks from Bridge.

Friday June 18 from 9 AM to 4 PM.


Chatham County      

I –16 MP 165 to MP 167                                                 

Exit 167 A&B – Gwinnett St & MLK Ramps

Week night lane closures 7pm thru 5am

Weekend continuous lane closures Friday night thru Monday morning

Bridge overlay construction



Bridge Closures and Road Detours

Screven County

Hilltonia-Perkins Road @ Beaver Dam Creek             

Road closures June 21 for the bridge replacement project

Expected reopening:  late December 2021

Detour route: Bascom Rd, Beaver Dam Rd, SR 24


Bryan County

Olive Branch Road (CR 12) over I-16                           

Road closure for bridge raising and rehabilitation

Expected reopening: July 2021

Detour Route: US 280, US 80


Bulloch County

Arcola Road @ Upper Black Creek Bridge                 

Near Rozier Rd

Road closure for the bridge replacement project

Expected reopening:  November 2021

Detour Route: SR 46, SR 67, Brooklet-Denmark Rd, Mud Rd


Candler County

Excelsior Church Rd @ Ten Mile Creek                       

Near Dutch Ford Road

Road Closure for the bridge replacement project

Expected reopening:  July 2021

Detour Route:  Dutch Ford Rd, Turner Rd, Jones Rd



Bridge Construction, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance

Chatham County

Islands Expressway 

From Elba Island Rd to Oatland Island Rd

East & West single lane traffic flow on a single bridge

Continuous until further notice


Glynn County

US17/SR25 on Sidney Lanier Bridge                           

Lane Closures for Bridge Rehabilitation Project

Monday thru Sunday, 6am to 6pm



SR4/US1 Over Altamaha River                                     

West River Rd. (Appling Co.) to Bob Cato Rd. (Toombs Co.) 

Daily Lane Closures for Bridge Construction Activities

Monday thru Friday, from 8:00am to 6:00pm  (5-20-21 to 8-31-21)



SR4/US1 Over Altamaha River                                    

Intersection of SR4/US1 @ SR147

Daily Lane Closures for Roadway/Pipe Construction

Monday June 28 thru Friday July 2 from 8:00am to 6:00pm




Bryan County   

SR 144                                                                           

Cherokee St. To Belfast River Rd

Lane closures for milling and paving operations

Nightly 6pm to 6am WB, and EB


Bryan County

SR 144 Spur (Ft. McAllister Rd)                                   

SR 144 To Grace Court Drive

Lane closures for milling and paving operations

Nightly 7pm to 6am NB



Other Traffic Interruptions

Chatham County

SR 307 from SR 21 to SR 25

Lane closures for pavement marking improvements

Starts Tuesday thru the weekend

Week nights and weekend to replace pavement markings.



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