Media Advisory: Weekend Traffic Pacing on I-75 in Henry County

March 8, 2018

Weekend traffic pacing on I-75 in Henry County planned for electric infrastructure upgrade


Terry Cole, Public Affairs Director
Mobile: 404-273-8034
Office: 770-270-7283

Weather permitting, contractors for Georgia Transmission Corporation will pull utility lines across all lanes on I-75 northbound, southbound and reversible lanes between Jodeco Road and Hudson Bridge Road in Henry County on March 18, 2018. The work – part of a critical electric infrastructure upgrade – will require authorities to pace traffic on I-75 for brief periods, causing motorists to drive at a significantly reduced speed so that crews may safely perform the work.

Sunday, March 18, 2018 – approximately between 7:00 a.m. and noon
All lanes of northbound, southbound and reversible lanes on I-75 between Jodeco Road and Hudson Bridge Road in Henry County. In addition, access ramps from these exits will be closed during the traffic pacing.

Local law enforcement will help pace traffic. Motorists should expect delays and seek alternate routes. Georgia Transmission Corporation is closely coordinating this essential work with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT). Call 511, visit 511ga.org or download the Georgia 511 app for real-time information on work status and traffic conditions. For more information on Georgia Transmission Corporation and its mission to provide reliable electric service, please visit www.gatrans.com or contact Public Affairs Director Terry Cole at 404-273- 8034.

Georgia Transmission Corporation plans, builds and maintains more than 3,100 miles of high- voltage power lines and 650 substations that deliver electric power to 38 electric membership corporations (EMCs) across the state. Georgia Transmission and our member EMCs are not-for- profit cooperatives that serve nearly 50 percent of Georgia’s population (4.1 million). See www.gatrans.com.


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