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The Georgia Department of Transportation says this will be the last weekend of roadwork for 2014.
“Following this weekend’s work, Georgia DOT will suspend construction-related lane closures for the Christmas and New Year’s holiday weekends,” GDOT announced.
Here is GDOT’s project list for the upcoming weekend.
– Bridge joint and header replacement will require closing two eastbound I-20 lanes from Six Flags Parkway for approximately one mile continuously from 9 pm, Friday, until 9 pm, Saturday;
– Also, bridge joint repairs will require two westbound I-20 lanes between McDaniels and Langhorn streets be closed continuously from 9 pm, Friday, until 5 am, Monday;
– Sign structure work on the southwest side of I-285 will require lane closures in both directions between the I-85 interchange and Washington Road, continuously from 9 pm, Friday, until 5 am, Monday;
– On Georgia (State Route) 400, one northbound lane and shoulder will be closed between Peachtree Road and Old Ivey Road continuously from 9 pm, Friday, until 5 am, Monday; also
– One lane southbound on Georgia (State Route) 400 between I-285 and the Glenridge Connector will be closed from 7 am, until 8 pm, Saturday and Sunday for fiber optic cable installation; and finally
– Sidewalk repairs on East Lake Drive between Ponce de Leon Avenue and Paden Circle will close one lane on Saturday from 8 am until early afternoon.