The Georgia Department of Transportation reports that the Ardick Road bridge work over I-95 will be closed to thru-traffic beginning Monday, June 24 with the installment of the signed detour.
On Wednesday, June 26, a continuous I-95 right lane closure will be installed in both directions for 14 days.
These I-95 lane closures are required to preform the bridge work safely and must remain in place during the 4th of July Holiday.
The detour should be removed by or before July 31, 2019. Drivers will utilize State Route (SR) 251 and SR 25/US 17/North Way to detour from Ardick Road to Churchill Road in McIntosh County.
Work ehancements planed for this and several other bridges features raising the structure’s vertical clearance, bridge deck preservation (polymer overlay), joint replacement where necessary and stabilizing the superstructure and substructure.
Overall, this project covers five bridges in three southeast Georgia counties including:
- Olive Branch Road on I-16 Bryan County
- SR 204 on I-16 Chatham County
- Ardick Road on I-95 McIntosh County
- King Road on I-95 McIntosh County
- Jones Road I-95 McIntosh County
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