Georgia DOT approves rumble strip installation along state highways

Georgia DOT has awarded a contract to Peek Pavement Marking, LLC to install rumble strips along select state highways within Henry County. State Route 42 (Clayton County line to SR 16 in Jackson) and SR 155 (McDonough to Spalding County line) will receive the additional safety feature. The $1,434,076.38 contract has an estimated completion date... Continue Reading →

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Diverging Diamond Interchange delayed to 2020

Residents will have to wait a few months longer before the much anticipated diverging diamond interchange breaks ground in McDonough. Georgia DOT has delayed the construction bid to a let date of May 2020 instead of the original September 2019 timeline. Once built, the DDI will improve traffic flow and reduce crashes at I-75 exit... Continue Reading →

Travels Tuesday: Georgia DOT awards $76.4 million dollar contract for I-75 CD system in Clayton County

A major project to widen and reconstruct portions of I-75 northbound in Clayton County will soon break ground after Georgia DOT awarded the project's construction in May. The $76,413,231.79 contract was awarded to Archer Western Construction, LLC of Atlanta, GA. The project will install a collector-distributor system on I-75 northbound between state route 331 (exit... Continue Reading →

SR 42 widening in Stockbridge delayed to 2025

Updates to Georgia DOT's website suggest that an upcoming roadway widening project along Georgia 42 has been pushed back to start construction in 2025. The project, extending between SR 138 in Stockbridge and I-675 in Clayton County, was budgeted as recently as September 2018 to start construction in 2020. Preliminary engineering for the project was... Continue Reading →

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