Thursday, Friday roadwork will close Interstate 20 lanes

Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2009 5:01 PM
Last updated 6:06 PM
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Inside lanes of Interstate 20 will be closed portions of Thursday and Friday at the Lewiston Road overpass.

From 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. each day, the inside lanes will be closed to both Westbound and Eastbound motorists.

Also, the inside Eastbound lane of I-20 will be closed Monday, weather permitting, according to a press release from the Georgia Department of Transportation.

DOT officials are asking motorists to use extra caution when traversing that area of the interstate, or find an alternative route.

For information, call 511 or visit www.511ga.org.

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Dixieman
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Dixieman 01/28/09 - 07:40 pm
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Build ramp, close ramp. Build

Build ramp, close ramp.
Build road, close road.
Build Berlin Wall in Augusta, portions fall down.
When is this Looney Tunes Project going to end????

humbleopinion
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humbleopinion 01/28/09 - 09:24 pm
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Hey........Quit whining.

Hey........Quit whining. Speaking as someone who has lived in many parts of the country and has put up with MAJOR traffic headaches in cities such as DC, NYC, Philly, Boston and Chicago, what has gone on here has been nothing. I think they've done a great job and from what I read last week the project on I-20 is way ahead of schedule (probably due to drought last summer) and should be finished in October.

If THIS is all you have to gripe about in your life, you are one lucky man.

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