Traffic Pacing on I-75 in Georgia Through October 3. Expect Delays

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Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) contractors will pace traffic through I-75 and I-285 interchange ramps in Clayton County beginning Tuesday, September 22 for the ongoing activities related to construction of the I-75 northbound CD lanes in Clayton County. The pacing operations, in two-mile increments, will slow traffic through the interchanges during blasting operations at these locations.

Police and emergency vehicles will pace traffic to reduce travel speed to 40 miles per hour through the interchanges. Roadside signage will alert drivers of the traffic pacing operations in advance. These operations are designed to help ensure safety for workers and motorists.

Continuous traffic pacing beginning Monday, September 22 through Saturday, October 3 at the following locations, weather and on-site conditions permitting:

  • I-75 northbound from Forest Parkway to I-285;
  • I-75 southbound from I-285 to Forest Parkway; and
  • Forest Parkway to the entrance ramp to I-75 northbound, from Frontage Road to I-285.

Motorists are advised to expect delays, exercise caution, and reduce their speed while traveling through work zones.

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