Summer Construction​​​​​​

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​Summer Construction

It's statewide summer construction season and Georgia DOT has hundreds of construction and maintenance projects that support Georgia's growing economy and improve mobility, safety and travel times. 

       ‭(Hidden)‬ Projects

      Each year, Georgia DOT provides a statewide list of construction projects that may impact travel on major highways during the summer.

      Summer Construction​​​​​​


      Motorists can use the statewide list below to learn about scheduled roadwork that may impact travel in their area. Georgia DOT has construction projects underway that may lead to traffic delays – especially during weeknights and weekends.

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      Travel Resources

      Georgia 511​​​​​​

      Georgia 511

      Know before you go, call or visit 5-1-1 to receive real-time information on travel conditions in your area.

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      Georgia Commute Options​​​​​​

      Georgia Commute Options

      Help reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality by reducing the miles you drive alone.

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      Bridge Maintenance​​​​​​

      Drive Alert Arrive Alive

      This program educates Georgia drivers about simple changes they can make to save lives: buckle up,stay off the phone and drive alert.

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      Bridge Maintenance​​​​​​

      Hands-Free Law

      Georgia’s Hands-Free law requires hands-free technology when drivers use a cell phone or other electronic device.

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      Bridge Maintenance​​​​​​

      Work Zone Safety

      This program raises awareness for motorists to pay attention, watch out for workers and drive safely when traveling through work zones.

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      Rest Areas​​​​​​

      Rest Areas

      Travelers who need to take a break from the road can stop at one of our rest areas located throughout the state.

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      Hands Free Law

      Motorists should be aware that Georgia’s new Hands-Free Law goes into effect July 1. The new laws states drivers cannot have a phone in their hand or use any part of their body to support their phone. Drivers can only use their phones to make or receive phone calls by using speakerphone, earpiece, wireless headphone, phone is connected to vehicle or an electronic watch.


      The Department also has an urgent safety reminder for motorists: please drive alert and use extra caution when traveling through work zones