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Southeast Ga Road Work: Weekly Traffic Interruption Advisory

Georgia Department of Transportation continues essential road work throughout Southeast Georgia. As a result, work on construction and maintenance projects will continue through Friday, February 26.

Georgia Department of Transportation continues essential road work throughout Southeast Georgia. As a result, work on construction and maintenance projects will continue Monday, February 22 through Friday, February 26.
 
All work subject to change due to weather or other factors. Motorists are cautioned to reduce their speed while traveling through work zones, pay attention and watch for workers
 
Lane closures are listed below by interstates and counties.
 
Interstate 16
I-16 Bulloch Co. to I-95 in Chatham Co.
Lane closures Mon. – Thursday for slab repair/replacement
Between MP 126 and MP 142 EB & WB from 6 am-8 pm
Between MP 142 and MP 157 EB from 8 pm-6 am
 
I-16 East and West Bound CR 404
Lane shift to Repaint Bridge
Monday through Sunday 7 pm until 7 pm
 
SR 73 MP 104 – 105
Single Lane Closure for Maintenance of Bridge
Monday through Sunday 7 pm until 7 am
 
CR 584 East and West Bound
Single Lane Closure to repaint steel Structure of Bridge
Monday through Sunday 7 pm until 7 am
 
I-16/CR 582
Single Lane closure for Bridge Painting
Monday through Sunday 7 pm until 7 am
 
I-16 SR 57
Single Lane Closure for Bridge Rehabilitation project
Monday through Sunday 7 am until 7 pm


I-16 CR 204
Single Lane closure for Bridge Painting
Monday through Sunday 7 am until 7 pm and 7 pm until 7 am
 
I-16 CR 228
Single Lane Closure for Bridge painting
Monday through Sunday 7 am until 7 pm and 7 pm until 7 am
 
I-16 CR 168
Single Lane Closure for Bridge painting
Monday through Sunday 7 am until 7 pm and 7 pm until 7 am
 
I-16 SR 119
Single Lane Closure for Bridge painting
Monday through Sunday 7 am until 7 pm and 7 pm until 7 am
 
Bulloch County
Spring Creek Bridge (CR 432) Stilson Leefield Rd to Rough Rider
Spring Creek Bridge closed for replacement until May
Traffic detoured via signed route
 
Chatham County
CR 787 Islands Expressway Elba Island rd. to Oatland Island rd.
Double lane closure to Mobilize equipment and materials
Monday through Saturday 9 am until 3 pm.
 
US 80 @ Jimmy Deloach Parkway intersection
Stagecoach Rd. to Cherry St.
Pacing Traffic Wednesday and Thursday 7 pm to 4 am
Bridge beam placement over US 80 
 
US 17 from Chatham Parkway  to I-516
Resurfacing project – traffic loop installation
Monday – Friday
 
Evans County
SR 169 Closed@ Cedar Creek Bridge replacement project
Located between Jim Sapp Rd. & Carters Bridge Rd.
Traffic detoured via SR 129, US 280 and SR 292
 
Glynn County
US 17/SR 25 over Brunswick River
Single Lane Closure for Bridge Rehabilitation Project
Monday through Sunday 6 am until 6 pm
 
Telfair County
US HWY 341/SR 27 First Avenue to Second Ave.
Single Lane Closure for construction of crosswalks/pavement widening
Monday through Friday 8 am until 5 pm
 
Ware County
US 84/Plant Ave. resurfacing in Waycross
Lane closure from McDonald St. to Carswell Ave.
Weekdays 7 pm to 7 am Weekends 7am – 7 pm
 
Wayne County
Bridge Rehabilitation at various locations in Wayne County
Single Lane Closure on US 341/SR 27 and US 301/SR 23
Monday through Thursday 6 pm to 6 am
Friday through Monday 9 pm until 6 am
 
US 341/SR 27 beginning at Bamboo street and extending to Cherry Street
Single Lane Closure for Pedestrian Crossing upgrades and installation of intersection video detection system
Monday through Friday 8:30 am until 3:30 pm
 
Motorists are advised to expect delays, exercise caution, and reduce their speed while traveling through work zones. Before heading out, get real-time information on work status and traffic conditions. Call 511, visit 511ga.org, or download the Georgia 511 app. Our maintenance team members who repair roads and bridges and our project teams who oversee construction projects are continuing their essential work, while following sanitary work practices prescribed by health agencies to protect themselves and the public from the coronavirus, as are most state DOTs in the U.S.

 

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