NIGHTLY SINGLE LANE CLOSURES SCHEDULED THIS WEEK ON I-75 NORTH AND SOUTHBOUND
WHEN: 7 p.m. until 7 a.m. nightly, beginning Monday, July 16 through Sunday, July 22, weather permitting
WHERE: I-75 north and southbound between mile markers 105 (near Exit 104; Farmers Market Road) and 117 (Exit 117; Pinehurst-Hawkinsville Road)
WHAT: The Georgia DOT has been notified by its contractors of nightly single lane closures between mileposts 105 and 117 on I-75 north and southbound. The contractor will be rehabilitating the inside lane on I-75 southbound and concrete paving along the inside shoulders northbound.
This is a WORK ZONE and extreme caution is necessary. Motorists are advised to reduce speeds as they travel through this construction work zone. Message signs, barrels and cones will be utilized to alert the public of the upcoming changes. Drivers should be aware that personnel and equipment will be operating in close proximity to travel lanes.
On Tuesday, July 31, voters will decide if 12 designated districts across Georgia will be authorized to collect a one-cent sales tax for the next 10 years to be devoted exclusively to local and regional transportation projects. In districts where the referendum passes, the Department of Transportation will be responsible for project delivery. An independent study ranked Georgia DOT first in the country in on-budget project delivery and second in on-time delivery. Project delivery is what Georgia DOT does. Referendum projects assigned to the Department will be completed on time and on budget. For further information on the important Transportation Referendum, please visit: www.dot.ga.gov/transportationreferendum