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SE Ga Road Work: Weekly Traffic Interruption Advisory through April 1

Georgia DOT continues essential road work throughout Southeast Georgia.  As a result, work on construction and maintenance projects will continue Saturday, March 26 through Friday, April 1. 
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

McIntosh County

MM 65 @ Jones Road Overpass

Nightly Lane closures for major bridge maintenance

Single lane closures from 7 pm to 5 am

Double lane closures from 10 pm to 5 am

(12/23/21 to 5/1/22)


Effingham County

Savannah River Bridge at GA/S.C. lines

Routine Bridge Inspections

Tuesday, March 29 starting at 9 a.m. on northbound bridge

lane closures approx..2 hrs. pre bridge


Interstate 516  

Chatham County

I-516 Eastbound @ Exit 3

Lane closure Sun. Mar. 27, 8am-2pm

1,850’ ft. of median cable barrier repair


Chatham County

From Mildred St. To Railroad Bridge (MP 6.68)

Shoulder Paving and Grinding Operations

Nightly lane closures Sunday 3/27 – Friday 4/01

Exit Ramp Closures/ Detours Beginning at 7pm Friday 3/25 – Saturday 3/26

WB Exit 2 On Ramp (Veterans Parkway)

Follow Detour Signs along Route


Bridge & Road Closures with Detours

Candler County

Salem Church RD

Road closure for Bridge Replacement

Expected Reopening Aug. 2022

Detour via Salem Church Rd., Blanrock Rd., Tyler Rd., Portal Rd.


Screven County

Ogeechee Creek @ Ogeechee Rd

Road Closure for Bridge Replacement

Expected Reopens mid-July 2022

Detour via Goloid Church Rd., US301 east, Goloid Church Rd. West.



Bridge Construction, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance

Appling-Toombs Co.

SR4/US1 Over Altamaha River

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

Daily Lane Closures for Bridge Construction Activities

Monday thru Friday, from 7:00am to 6:00pm (01/03/22 to 06/30/2022)


Wayne County

SR169 at Goose Creek Bridge

From MP 3 to MP 4

Daily Lane Closures for Bridge Construction Activities

Monday thru Friday; 7am to 5pm (6-28-21 to 5-1-22)


Bulloch County

Old Highway 46 @ Ash Branch Bridge

Daily Lane Closure to preform boring investigation

Monday March 21, 2022 – Thursday March 31, 2022

8:00 AM Weekdays only



Chatham County

SR17/Jimmy Deloach Parkway

From Prescott Road to SR 21 Overpass

Lane Closures for Milling Asphalt Paving Repairs

7pm to 6am, Friday 3/25 – Friday April 1


Emanuel County

SR 26

Emanuel Co. Line to West of SR 67

Installing rumble strips centerline and edge line

Daily Lane Closures 7am to 8pm

Starting 2/9/2022 – 2/28/2022


Brantley County


From High Bluff Rd to Prescott Rd

MP 0.39 to MP 1.87

Daily Lane Closures 9am-3pm / Tue-Fri

Starting 2/1/2022 – 4/2/2022


Wayne County

SR 38

From SR 23 to Jaycee Landing Road

MP 20.0 to MP 22.97

Daily Lane Closures 7am-7pm / Mon-Sun

Starting 2/28/2022 – 5/1/2022


Tattnall County

SR 73

Resurfacing on SR 73 Beginning North of SR 144

& Extending to the Evans Co. Line


Tattnall County


Resurfacing on SR147 from Toombs County Line to

South of College St.

Daily Lane Closures

Starting 3/22/22 – 4/30/22


Other Traffic Interruptions  

 Liberty County

SR 119 in Hinesville

SR 119 closure between Deal St. and Palm Drive

April 1 – 6 for utility work

Detour Route via SR 119, SR 196, US 84/SR 38 and General Screven Way


Camden County

SR 40

East of Grove Blvd to West to May Creek Road

Daily Lane Closures Monday thru Friday, 7am to 5pm

Widening and reconstruction for additional turn lanes


Toombs County

US 1/SR 4/ SR 15

Coogan Williams RD to US 1/SR 4

Lane closures daily 8am to 5pm for striping operations


Chatham/Effingham County

SR30 & Extending to Blue Jay

6.543 Miles of Widening and Reconstruction

for a New Two-Lane Roadway on Effingham Parkway

Beginning at SR 30 and Extending to Blue Jay Road;

Also Includes Construction of 6 Bridges and Approaches.

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