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Lane, Shoulder Set To Be Closed For Forsyth Roadwork

State Route 369 and State Route 400 will be affected.

The Georgia Department of Transportation has announced routine maintenance activities planned for this week in Dawson, Forsyth, Hall and Gwinnett counties, if weather permits. Most activities will only require shoulder or median lane closures. 

Following is a tentative schedule; if emergency response is needed at a crash scene or if emergency repairs are necessary this schedule will change. 

Crews are set to work Monday, Dec. 16, through Friday, Dec. 20. Work hours are 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., if weather permits. Lane closures are required for patching asphalt, a flagman or pilot vehicle will direct traffic through the work zone.      

Dawson: A crew will mow the slopes inside the rights of way on State Route 53.

Forsyth: A crew will mow the slopes along SR 369, a lane and shoulder of the roadway will be closed as this work occurs. A pilot vehicle will lead traffic through the work zone and delays are expected. Another crew will repair potholes in SR 369 and SR 400 removing the damaged asphalt and replacing it with new asphalt. A lane closure is required as this work occurs and delays are expected. 

Gwinnett: A crew restripe faded pavement markings on SR 124, 140 and 13 requiring a lane closure as this work occurs. Vegetation will be trimmed in the rights of way alongside SR 316 and damaged asphalt will be removed and repaired on SR 20. A lane closure will be required as the roadway is repaired.

Hall: A crew will mow the slopes alongside SR 369, a lane and shoulder of the roadway will be closed as this work occurs. A pilot vehicle will lead traffic through the work zone and delays are expected. Faded roadway striping on SR 11 will be restriped, this work requires a lane closure as work occurs.

Motorists should reduce their speed in these and all work zones.

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