One-Way Pair traffic shift planned on September 15

The McDonough One-Way Pair project is scheduled to enter its final staging plans later this month. The traffic shift is planned on September 15.

The one-way pair project extends approximately two miles across downtown McDonough from the new roundabout at Jonesboro Road and Doris Street to state route 81 at Postmaster Drive. All permanent signage will be installed and uncovered during the final stage of construction.

Final staging plans for Jonesboro Road at Doris Street (Georgia DOT photo)
Jonesboro Street will reopen between Doris Street and the new Geranium Drive. One lane in each direction will be open during the final stage of construction. (Georgia DOT photo)
Final staging plans for Keys Ferry Street at Geranium Drive (Georgia DOT photo)
Jonesboro Street will be one-way going westbound starting on September 15. The extension of Keys Ferry Street will be one-way for eastbound traffic. (Georgia DOT photo)
Final staging plans for Hampton Street (Georgia DOT photo)
Keys Ferry Street will be one-way going eastbound. Westbound traffic must use Jonesboro Street to exit the McDonough Square. (Georgia DOT photo)
Final staging plans for state route 81 west of Postmaster Drive (Georgia DOT photo)
The extension of state route 81 will open for westbound traffic near Postmaster Drive. (Georgia DOT photo)