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​I-75 Commercial Vehicle Lanes

The I-75 Commercial Vehicle Lanes project is designed to improve mobility and enhance safety for passenger vehicles and freight operators by constructing two northbound barrier-separated lanes for commercial vehicles on Interstate 75 between McDonough and Macon.


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 Project Status

The project is in the project development phase to evaluate project limits, develop design standards, identify environmentally-sensitive areas, study existing and future freight and passenger traffic patterns, and identify potential access locations. This phase will result in a concept document. The project is scheduled to begin construction in 2025 and complete in 2030. Both the schedule and estimated cost are subject to change.

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5 Things You Need to Know

  1. Adds new lane miles on I-75 from the Macon area to the McDonough area
  2. This project provides a commercial vehicle travel-only lane, which keeps the general purpose lanes open for typical motorists
  3. Projected to reduce delay on I-75 by 40% in 2030*
  4. Reduces maintenance costs on general purpose lanes
  5. One of the initial 11 large-scale Major Mobility Investment Program projects to improve transportation in Georgia
  6. *Source: Cambridge Systematics study for Georgia DOT, 2016

Major Mobility Investment Program (MMIP)

The project is part of Georgia DOT’s Major Mobility Investment Program, which currently includes an initial 11 large-scale projects that will build a better Georgia by enhancing mobility and safety, fueling economic growth, and improving Georgians’ quality of life.

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(404) 347-0185 (voicemail)

Mailing Address

Georgia DOT - One Georgia Center
600 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA 30308

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