The Georgia Department of Transportation announced two resurfacing projects on the Downtown Connector and I-75 that are expected to affect traffic until next year.
Six miles of the Downtown Connector between University Avenue and the Brookwood Interchange will undergo a “major” resurfacing project for at least eight months. The construction is expected to start on Sunday, July 17 and end next April, according to a GDOT press release. The project to resurface all northbound and southbound travel lanes for $13.8 million.
In Clayton County, GDOT will resurface I-75 northbound and southbound from just north of SR 54/Jonesboro Road to the I-285 interchange. The project is expected to start on Monday, July 11 and conclude next February. The project is expected to cost $9.5 million.
The lane closures will be limited to nights and weekends, according to a press release.
Here is an interactive map of the two repaving projects:
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