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Detours; Closures Planned For White Bluff Rd

SAVANNAH, GA -

The following notice was issued Monday by the Georgia Department Of Transportation:

WHEN:           10 p.m., Tuesday, February 5 through 6 a.m., Wednesday, February 6, weather permitting.

WHERE:         White Bluff Road between Holland Drive and Tibet Avenue in Chatham County.

 

WHAT:           Contractors for Georgia DOT will be installing a temporary road closure with an associated detour on White Bluff Road in each direction between Holland Drive and Tibet Avenue.  The closure will detour northbound traffic off of White Bluff Road onto Holland Drive. In the southbound direction, traffic will be closed to through traffic and detoured onto Tibet Avenue.  This detour will be implemented Tuesday, February 5, at 10 p.m. and will be removed Wednesday, February 6 at 6 a.m. Motorists will be able to access businesses, schools, and residents in the area.

This detour is a necessity for new construction of a bridge over White Bluff Road. Message signs, barrels and/or cones will be utilized to alert the public of the upcoming changes. Motorists are urged to drive carefully and stay alert as they travel through this area and use alternate routes if possible.

                        Georgia DOT endeavors to work with the community and minimize traffic delays caused by construction and maintenance of the roadway. In an effort to minimize the impact to the traveling public, the work will be accomplished at night. We appreciate your cooperation.   

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