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SE Ga Road Work: Weekly Traffic Interruption Advisory Through November 11

Georgia DOT continues essential road work throughout Southeast Georgia.  As a result, work on construction and maintenance projects will continue Saturday, November 5 through Friday, November 11.

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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

I-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.

Interstate 16 

I-16 (in the Vicinity of Exit 160)            Chatham County
Lane Closures for DDI Construction on Exit 160/SR 307
Eastbound MP 159.8 to MP 160.2

  • Monday – Saturday 9am – 4pm

Westbound from MP 159.8 to MP 160.2

  • Monday – Saturday 8am – 3pm

Exit 160/SR 307 Pine Meadow Drive to Town Center Drive

  • Monday – Saturday 8 am to 3 pm  Until 2023

I-16                                                     Candler County
Exit 98 (SR 57) to Exit 111 (Excelsor Rd.)
Daily lane closures to repair concrete pavement

Interstate 516 

I-516                                                  Chatham County
Mildred St. to Railroad Bridge (MP 6.68)
Pavement Marking Installation
Nightly Lane Closures 11/04/2022 – 11/11/2022

Bridge & Road Closures with Detours

Daisy Nevils Rd                                Evans County
Road Closure for Bridge Replacement
Expected Reopen End of March 2023
Detour via Deloach Church Rd & Mosley Rd

Ogeechee Creek @ Ogeechee Rd    Screven County
Road Closure for Bridge Replacement
Expected Reopens Early Nov. 2022
Detour via Goloid Church Rd., US 301 East, Goloid Church Rd. West

US 82 West @ Big Creek                  Brantley County
Road Closure for Bridge Replacement
3 Miles West of Hoboken
Expected Reopen in Early 2023
Single Lane Traffic in Both Directions thru Work Zone
On-site Detour: WB Traffic Shift to EB Bridge

Stanfield Road @ Reedy Creek       Wayne County
Road Closure for Bridge Replacement
Expected to Reopen January 2023                          
Detour via Michael Mikell Lake Rd., Tyre Bridge Rd., US 84

Piney Grove Rd at Colemans Creek Appling County
Road Closure for Bridge Replacement
Expected to Reopen Late December 2022
Detour via SR 203, SR 121, SR 15

Bridge Construction, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance

State Route 25                                  Chatham County
Houlihan Bridge and Middle River Bridge replacement
Appleby Road to the South Carolina State Line
Lane Closures for Bridge Construction
Monday – Saturday 9am – 4pm thru Feb. 2023

SR 4/US 1 Over Altamaha River            Appling-Toombs Co.
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.)


SR 204/Fort Argyle Rd                      Chatham County
From Old River Rd to Gateway Blvd
Lane Closures for Asphalt Resurfacing
7pm to 6am, Friday 11/04/2022 – Friday 11/11/2022

SR 27                                                Wayne County
East Railroad St. to the Glynn County Line
MP 7.33 to MP 35.41
Daily/Nightly Lane Closures for Resurfacing
Thru Nov.

US 82/SR 520                                     Ware County
Atkinson Co. Line MP .0 to Anita St. MP 19.6
Daily Lane Closures for Resurfacing
7am to 8pm thru November

SR 25 Connector (Gloucester St.)    Glynn County
SR 27 to SR 25
Nightly Lane Closures for Resurfacing
7pm to 6am thru Nov.

CR 577 Nevils Denmark Rd              Bulloch County
RP Miller Rd to SR 46
Daily Lane Closures & Flagging Operation
for Paving & Traffic Signal Install
8am to 6pm

SR 21 Business 21 / Leola Road     Screven County
Mill & Resurfacing MP 16.58 to MP 0
Daily Lane Closure & Flagging Operation
7am to 7pm thru Nov.

Other Traffic Interruptions

SR23/SR57                                         Tattnall County
SR169 to SR121
Daily Lane Closures for Road Widening
8am – 3pm
Starting 10/27/22 – 12/10/23

SR 21/SR 30                                     Chatham County
I-95/SR 405 to Berrien Rd                              
Nightly Lane Closures for Earth Work on Shoulders and Median
Starting 7pm-6am
Friday 11/04/2022 – Friday 11/11/2022 (11/11/22)

SR 40                                                 Camden County
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 3/23/2023

SR 21 MP 6.6 to MP 27.7                   Effingham County
Installation of Cable Barrier
Lane Closures Mon. – Fri. 9am-3:30pm & 7pm-6am
Daily/Nightly Lane Closures Saturday and Sunday
3/31/22 – 12/31/22

SR 110                                                Brantley County
Between Buster Walker Rd (MP 2.26) & Elm Circle (MP 8.73).
Daily lane closures to repair cross drain pipes.

SR 23                                                  Wayne County
Between E Finland St. (MP 5.30) & Sunset Blvd. (MP 15.07)
Daily lane closures to repair cross drain pipes.

SR 27                                                  Wayne County
Between Odessa Rd. (MP 22.01) & Cemetery Rd. (MP 22.92)
Daily lane closures to repair cross drain pipes.

SR 169                                                Wayne County
Between Melvin Westberry Rd. (MP 10.69) & Friendship Church Rd. (MP 17.65)
Daily lane closures to repair cross drain pipes.

SR 25/Burnsed Blvd.                        Chatham County
Between US 80 & SR 25
Road Widening & Paving Operations
Lane Closures Mon. – Fri. 7am to 6pm
11/04/2022 – 11/11/2022

  • Burnsed Boulevard reduced to two lanes from Hwy 80 through the intersection of SR 25. Traffic will move to the southbound lanes, which will become one lane in  each direction.
  • SR25 North from Bay Street closed to through traffic. Only trucks needing access to Foundation Drive.

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