What: Weather permitting, Ozark Striping Co., a contractor for the Georgia Department of Transportation, will be installing new road stripes in Brooks County and new raised pavement markers (RPMs) in Early and Seminole Counties. This is a slow-moving operation that requires rolling lane closures.
Motorists are asked to use caution, reduce speed and remain alert to changing traffic conditions. If you approach a work crew please do not pass the work truck or trail/buffer vehicle, change lanes behind the truck or trail/buffer vehicle or swerve back and forth to see around the trucks.
Raised pavement markers and new road stripes improve visibility for drivers at night and in inclement weather.
When: Monday, Jan. 11 to Friday, Jan. 15, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Where: Monday, Jan. 11 on SR 62 in Early County, milepost (MP) 0 to 11.6 (RPMs)
Tuesday, Jan. 12 on SR 216 in Early County, MP 0 to 6.85 (RPMs)
Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 12 and 13 on SR 76 in Brooks County, MP 0 to 10.77 (stripes)
Tuesday-Thursday, Jan. 12-14 on SR 333 in Brooks County, MP 0 to 11.12 and MP 13 to 28.96 (stripes)
Wednesday, Jan. 13 on SR 91 in Seminole County, MP 0 to MP 8.78 (RPMs)
Thursday and Friday, Jan. 14 and 15 on SR 38 in Seminole County, MP 0 to MP 13.87 (RPMs)