Georgia Department of Transportation continues to improve highway infrastructure throughout Southeast Georgia. As a result, work on construction and maintenance projects will continue this week, Monday, July 1 through Sunday, July 7. Major projects of interest that will likely impact traffic are listed below.
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.
I-95 Southbound mileposts 86 in Bryan County to 66 in Liberty County
South of Exit 90 in Richmond Hill to south of Exit 67/South Newport
Nighttime Milling and resurfacing in center and right lanes
Monday and Tuesday 7 pm until 7 am
Single lane closures from 7 pm – 9 pm and 5 am to 7 am
Double lane closures from 9:00 pm – 5:00 am
I-95 at Ardick Road overpass in McIntosh County
Continuous 14-day right lane closure in both directions
Anticipate to starting Monday, July 1 for bridge rehab
I-95 Southbound in Camden County
St. Mary’s River Bridge to Exit 22
Moving operation for Striping and RPM’s
Monday and Tuesday 7 pm to 7 am
SR 144-Widening Project
Rabbit Hill Road Closure
Detour via Rabbit Hill Rd. to Port Royal Road
In place until pipe Installment is completed
Island Expressway – Oatland Island Road to Elba Island Road
Single Lane closures for bridge replacement project
Monday through Friday 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
SR 25 Conn/West Bay Street
Continuous traffic shift on westbound outside lane
Chatham and Effingham Counties
SR 21 Resurfacing
SR 30 in Chatham County to Long Street in City of Rincon in Effingham County
Monday and Tuesday 7 pm until 6 am
SR 25/US 17 Sidney Lanier Bridge
Single Lane Closures for Bridge Rehab
Monday through 12 pm Wednesday
SR 158 between Hutch Lane and Barnes Road
Road closure for three bridges to be replaced
anticipated open to traffic spring/summer 2020
For real-time information about statewide road conditions, know before you go. Before getting into your car – call 511 or visit 511ga.org, where you can access statewide, route-specific information on crashes, road work, traffic and weather.