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Southeast Georgia DOT Road Work: Weekly Traffic Interruption Advisory

Motorists are cautioned to reduce their speed while travelling thru work zones, pay attention and watch for workers
Weekly Traffic Interruption Advisory
Courtesy of Georgia Department of Transportation

Georgia Department of Transportation (DOT) continues essential road work throughout Southeast Georgia. As a result, work on construction and maintenance projects will continue through Friday, April 29.

All work is subject to change due to weather or other factors. Motorists are cautioned to reduce their speed while travelling thru work zones, pay attention and watch for workers.

Traffic interruptions are listed below by interstates, categories, and counties.

Interstate 95

Milepost 65 @ Jones Road Overpass
McIntosh County
Nightly Lane closures for major bridge maintenance
Single lane closures from 7 pm to 5 am
Double lane closures from 10 pm to 5 am
(12/23/21 to 5/1/22)

South of Exit 26/Dover Bluff Rd
Camden County
Milepost 25.6 to 25.7
Monday – Thursday, 9am – 6pm
Left lane closures in both directions
Roadway maintenance activity

Interstate 516

Chatham County
From Mildred St. To Railroad Bridge (MP 6.68)
Shoulder Paving and Grinding Operations
Nightly lane closures Monday 4/25 - Friday 4/29

Bridge & Road Closures with Detours

Salem Church Rd
Candler County

Road closure for Bridge Replacement
Expected Reopening Aug. 2022
Detour via Salem Church Rd., Blanrock Rd., Tyler Rd., Portal Rd.

Ogeechee Creek @ Ogeechee Rd
Screven County

Road Closure for Bridge Replacement
Expected Reopens mid-July 2022
Detour via Goloid Church Rd., US301 east, Goloid Church Rd. West.

US 82 Westbound (WB) bridge replacement project
Brantley County
3 miles west of Hoboken @ Big Creek on-site detour
Detour: WB traffic shift to EB bridge
Single lane traffic in both direction thru work zone
New WB bridge expected to open early 2023

Bridge Construction, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance

SR4/US1 Over Altamaha River
Appling-Toombs Co.

West River Rd. (Appling Co.) to Bob Cato Rd. (Toombs Co.)
Daily Lane Closures for Bridge Construction Activities
Monday thru Friday, from 7am to 6pm (01/03/22 to 06/30/2022)

SR169 at Goose Creek Bridge
Wayne County
From MP 3 to MP 4
Daily Lane Closures for Bridge Construction Activities
Monday thru Friday; 7am to 5pm (6-28-21 to 5-1-22)


SR307/Dean Forest Rd.
Chatham County

From RB Miller RD. To SR 80
Lane Closure for asphalt resurfacing
6pm to 7am, Friday 4/22 to Saturday 4/30

SR307/Dean Forest Rd.
Chatham County

From I-16 to Hwy 80
Daily/Nightly Lane closures for resurfacing
Friday April 22 – Saturday April 23 6pm to 7am

Brantley County

From High Bluff Rd to Prescott Rd
MP 0.39 to MP 1.87
Daily Lane Closures 9am-3pm / Tue-Fri
Starting 4/1/2022 - 4/30/2022

Wayne County

From SR 23 to Jaycee Landing Road
MP 20.0 to MP 22.97
Daily Lane Closures 7am-7pm / Mon-Sun
Starting 2/28/2022 - 5/1/2022

Tattnall County

North of SR 144 to the Evans Co. Line
Lane closures for resurfacing
Daily Lane Closures 7AM – 8 PM
Starting 4/18/2022 - 6/30/2022

Tattnall County

Toombs County Line to South of College St.
Daily Lane Closures for resurfacing
3/22/22 - 4/30/22

Other Traffic Interruptions

SR520 – East
Brantley County

Ware Co. MP 29 to MP 0
Daily lane closures for resurfacing
Mon.-Fri. 7am to 8pm Right and Left lanes
4/5/2022 to 5/5/2022

Camden County

West of Grove Blvd to East to Truss Plant Road
Lane Closures Monday thru Friday, 7am to 5pm
Widening and reconstruction for additional turn lanes

ADVISORY: Motorists are advised to expect delays, exercise caution, and reduce their speed while travelling thru work zones. Before heading out, get real-time information on work status and traffic conditions. Call 511, visit or download the Georgia 511 app.

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