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GDOT: Brace for busiest summer construction season in years

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The Georgia Department of Transportation announced plans for one of the busiest summer construction seasons Georgia has seen in years with more than 470 active construction and maintenance projects along interstates and state routes in Georgia.

Georgia DOT is warning drivers that they should prepare for longer than normal traffic delays.  

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“This summer’s construction and maintenance activities will ultimately save taxpayers millions of dollars. Performing maintenance now prevents major repairs later. It also results in less wear and tear on vehicles,” said Georgia DOT Commissioner Russell R. McMurry, P.E. “We ask you to plan ahead and know before you go. By knowing what work we are doing and where we are doing it, you can minimize your travel time and your frustration.”

District 6 (Northwest Georgia)

Carroll County

  • Concrete Rehabilitation on I-20 from SR 1/US 27 to SR 61

Catoosa County

  • Resurfacing and Maintenance on I-75 from SR 3/US 41 to Tennessee State Line

Cherokee/Cobb County

  • Northwest Corridor Express Lanes Adding toll lanes and reversible lanes along I-75 from Akers Mill Road to Hickory Grove Road and along I- 575 from I-75 to Sixes Road

Floyd County

  • Bridge Rehabilitation on SR 1 at six locations; SR 20 at six locations and SR 61 at one location

Gordon County

  • Roadway Project on South Calhoun Bypass from SR 53 at CR 31 E to SR 53 at CR 64

Haralson County

  • Bridge Construction on SR 120 at Beach Creek E of Tallapoosa

WXIA contributed to this story. 

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