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Thursday May 28th, 2015 2:20PM

Weekend construction-related lane closures planned at I-85/GA 400

By Staff
ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) encourages motorists to plan ahead to avoid construction-related back-ups as signage installation and concrete work for the I-85/GA 400 Interchange connector ramps continues.<br /> <br /> Expect intermittent day and night lane closures in several locations on the weekends.<br /> <br /> Between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Saturday, two right northbound lanes on 400 from I-85 to Sidney Marcus Boulevard will be closed for concrete work. <br /> <br /> Various day and night single lane closures also will be in place in and around the State Route 400/I-85 Interchange project on routes including the Buford-Spring Connector (SR13), Cheshire Bridge Road, Sidney Marcus Boulevard and GA 400. <br /> <br /> To learn more about other GA 400 Improvement Projects, go to www.georgiatolls.com.
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