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SE Ga Road Work: Weekly Traffic Interruption Advisory through October 29

Georgia DOT continues essential road work throughout Southeast Georgia.  As a result, work on construction and maintenance projects will continue Monday, October 25 through Friday, October 29.

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 16 Interruptions

Bulloch, Bryan, Effingham and Chatham Counties

SR67 to I-95                          

Lane closures for pavement markings, and overhead sign installation

Friday, October 22 and Saturday October 30

From Milepost 152 to 155, 7pm to 6am


Interstate 516 Interruptions

Chatham County

From Mildred St. (MP 0) to Railroad Bridge (MP)6.680         

Single Lane Closures for concrete slab replacement

Sunday thru Saturday October 30, 7 PM to 5 AM, Daily


Bridge & Road Closures with Detours

Screven County

Beaverdam Creek @ Hilltonia-Perkins RD                            

Road Closure for the bridge replacement project

Expected reopening: December 2021

Detour Route Waynesboro Hwy (Hwy 24), Bascom Rd


Charlton County 

Paxton Rd between Dixie Lake Rd & Marshall Crews Rd   

Road Closure for bridge replacement project

Expected reopening:  December 2021

Detour Route via Dixie Lake Rd and Altman Rd.


Clinch County

SR 168/122  @ Camp Creek                                                     

Road closure for bridge replacement project

Expected reopening December 2021

Detour route via SR 168, SR 37 and US 221



Bridge Construction, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance


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


Wayne County

SR169 at Goose Creek Bridge                                                 

From Milepost 3 to Milepost 4 

Daily Lane Closures for Bridge Construction Activities

Monday thru Friday; 7am to 5pm




Chatham County

SR 25/US17                                                                                

Ogeechee River Bridge to I-516 Overpass  

NB & SB Lane Closures for Paving Corrective Work

Thursday, October 21 to Saturday, October 30, from 7pm to 6am, Daily


Chatham County

SR 17 (Jimmy Deloach Parkway)                                           

From Prescott Road to SR 21 Overpass

NB & SB Lane Closures for Asphalt resurfacing

Saturday to Sunday, October 31 from 7pm to 6am


Glynn County

SR 32                                                                                        

SR 27 (Sterling) to Brantley Co. Line

Lane closures for milling and paving operations

Monday thru Friday, 7am to 6pm, until 11/30/2021


Glynn County  

SR 25                                                                                        

SR 303 to South of Sidney Lanier Bridge

Lane closures for milling and paving operations

Royal Drive to Sidney Lanier bridge Mon. thru Fri., 8:30am to 6pm

SR 303 to Royal Drive Sunday thru Friday; 6pm to 7am


Evans County 

SR 301                                                                                     

SR 301 Tattnall Co Line to MM 7 

Daily Lane closures for milling and paving operations

Only restrictions is when in the School Zone.


Tattnall County

US Hwy. 301 @ MP4 & extending to MP5                            

Lane Closure to pave new alignment for roundabout construction

9am to 4 pm, Monday – Saturday, October 30


Bryan County

SR 30                                                                                        

From I-16/ SR 404 (WB Ramps) and South Industrial Blvd

Mill and Inlay of existing asphalt

Nightly Lane Closures / Flagging Operation

Starting  Sunday – Saturday, October 30 7pm to 6am


Emanuel County

SR 26                                                                                     

Emanuel Co. Line to West of SR 67

Mill & Inlay of existing asphalt

Daily Lane Closures

7am to 8pm Daily thru October 31


Bulloch County

SR 26                                                                                     

SR 26 Bulloch Co. 

Mill & Inlay of existing asphalt 11 miles

Daily Lane Closures




Other Traffic Interruptions

Effingham County

SR 17 @ Blue Jay Rd roundabout                                       

Road Open as a 4 way stop.

Curb, Gutter, & Sidewalk installation

Daily Lane Closures from 9am to 4:30pm


Camden County

SR 40                                                                                      

West of Grove Blvd to East to Truss Plant Road

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

Widening and reconstruction for additional turn lanes


Tattnall County

US 301 @ SR 196                                                                   

S of Baxter Durrence RD to N. of Mile Field RD

Daily Lane Closures for construction of roundabout

8am to 5pm,  Monday thru Friday until January 31, 2022


Toombs County

US 1/SR 15                                                                             

Coogan Williams RD to US 1/SR 4 

Extended date due to weather setbacks

Daily Lane Closures 8am until 5pm


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  1. garesident

    October 27, 2021 at 2:24 am

    ummmmmm….. has anyone mentioned to the dept handling these pavings / repairs about the environmental costs of our current paving methods…..

    Typically permeable surfaces are the best option(at least that I am aware of, personally.), especially for GA due to the location of the state and the avg rainfall the state sees. I do understand that people like smooth surfaces. for an array of reasons and that is 100% understandable

    so I am just questioning on why the state did not hire or consult with anyone educated on the topic regarding the issues current paving methods present to our environment. Realistically (and I may be wrong) I believe as if SOMEONE should have / could have ALREADY developed a method of smooth surface paving excluding the environmental costs.

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