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Routine road work could slow travel near northeast Atlanta
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Routine road work could slow travel near northeast Atlanta

(WXIA) -- Georgia Department of Transportation crews will be working on routine maintenance over the week of March 25 - March 29 that could slow traffic flow in some couties. 

Those that may be affected include Forsyth, Gwinnett and Hall counties. Although most road work will only require crews to close the shoulder or median lane, drivers are reminded to be cautious when travelling through work areas.

The schedule from GDOT is tentative, and may be slightly adjusted if emergency response is needed for an accident, or if any emergency repairs are required. 

Teri Pope of GDOT released the schedule for road work. In Forsyth County, crews will patch damaged asphalt on SR 53 and the Forsyth Hall County line. The will mow SR 20, SR 371 and SR 9.

Asphalt patching is set in Gwinnett County on SR 13, requiring one lane closure. Crews will also patch damaged asphalt on Interstate 85 north from SR 20 to Hamilton Mill Road. The grade of shoulders along SR 316 will be reset, causing a lane to close. 

In Hall County, patching damaged asphalt will be done on SR53 at the Forsyth Hall County Line, closing one lane. A lane will also be closed while crews clean and restore ditches along SR 136 and SR 211. Guardrail repair will close one lane on SR 365 and US 129/SR 11, as crews work to replace reflective raised pavement markers on the lane lines of the road. 

 

 

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