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SE Ga Road Work: Weekly Traffic Interruption Advisory through July 15

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Georgia DOT continues essential road work throughout Southeast Georgia.  As a result, work on construction and maintenance projects will continue Saturday, July 9 through Friday, July 15.

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 


Champney R. Bridge (MP 45.5) to Darien R. Bridge (MP 49.0)

Lane Closures for Bridge Maintenance/Rehabilitation

Mon.- Thurs. 7pm-7am,

Weekends 9pm Fri. until 5am, Mon.

Until November



Interstate 516 

Chatham County

From Mildred St. to Railroad Bridge (MP 6.68)

Shoulder Paving and Grinding Operations

Nightly Lane Closures Friday 7/08 – 7/15

WB Exit 7 On Ramp Closure/Detour for Asphalt Shoulder Paving Operations Beginning at 7pm Friday 7/08 to 5am Monday 7/11

Follow Detour Signs Along Route



Bridge & Road Closures with Detours

Screven County

Ogeechee Creek @ Ogeechee Rd

Road Closure for Bridge Replacement

Expected Reopens Mid-July 2022

Detour via Goloid Church Rd., US 301 East, Goloid Church Rd. West


Brantley County

US 82

Westbound (WB) Bridge Replacement Project

3 Miles West of Hoboken @ Big Creek-Onsite Detour

New WB Bridge Scheduled to Open in Early 2023

Single Lane Traffic in Both Directions thru Work Zone

Detour: WB Traffic Shift to EB bridge


Wayne County

Boggy Creek @ Dixie Rd

Road Closure for Bridge Replacement

Expected Reopens July 31, 2022

Detour via Odum-Screven Rd., SR 203 West, Quinn Church Rd. South


Camden County

  1. Howard Street

Road Closure for Construction on SR 40

Starting July 18, 2022. Expected Reopens August 18, 2022

Detour via Grove Blvd., SR 40


Appling County

Piney Grove Rd at Colemans Creek

Road Closure for Bridge Replacement

Starting June 20, 2022.  Expected to Reopen December 31, 2022

Detour Via SR 203/SR 121/SR 15


Bridge Construction, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance

Appling-Toombs Counties

SR 4/US 1 Over Altamaha River

West River Rd. (Appling Co.) to George Hill Rd. (Toombs Co.)

Daily Lane Closures for Bridge Construction Activities

Monday thru Friday, 7am to 6pm (Completion Dec.)


Appling/Tattnall Counties

SR 23/SR121

Lanes Bridge Over Altamaha River at the county line

Continuous single lane closures to repair bridge joints


Chatham County

US 17/SR 404 Spur Eastbound

Bridge Over W Gwinnett St.

Continuous single lane closures to repair bridge joints




Chatham County

SR 307/Dean Forest Rd.

From SR 21 To US 80

Lane Closure for Traffic Signal Work

6pm to 7am, Tuesday 7/11 to Friday 7/15


Chatham County 

SR 307/Dean Forest Rd.

From I-16 to Hwy 80

Daily/Nightly Lane Closures for Resurfacing

6pm to 7am Tuesday 7/11 – Friday 7/15


Wayne County

SR 27

East Railroad St to the Glynn County Line

MP 7.33 to MP 35.41

Daily/Nightly Lane Closures for Resurfacing

4/20/22 – 7/31/22


Tattnall County

SR 73

North of SR 144 to the Evans Co. Line

Lane Closures for Installing Rumble Strips

Daily Lane Closures 7AM – 8PM

Starting 7/6/2022 – 7/30/2022


Ware County

SR 520

Atkinson Co Line MP .0 to Anita St. MP 19.6

Daily Lane Closures for Resurfacing

7am to 8pm

Starting 6/21/22 to 10/31/22



Other Traffic Interruptions  

Chatham County

SR25 NB at I-516 WB On-Ramp

From Blossom Drive to Millis Lane (MP 10.61)

Turn Lane Extension at WB I-516 On-Ramp

Daily Lane Closures 9am – 3pm 7/01- Friday 7/08 (7/22/2022)


Camden County

SR 40

West of Grove Blvd to East of Truss Plant Road

Widening and Reconstruction for Additional Turn Lanes

Lane Closures Monday thru Friday, 7am to 5pm

Ends 11/30/2022


Effingham County

SR 21

MP 6.6 to MP 27.7

Lane Closures for Installation of Cable Barrier

Daily Lane Closures

9am-3:30pm and 7pm-6am, Monday – Friday

Daily/Nightly Lane Closures Saturday and Sunday

3/31/22 – 8/31/22

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