Sign changes and upgrades at the intersection of S.R. 234 and Byron Ridge Rd
From a Georgia Department of Transportation press release:
Georgia Department of Transportation crews have rescheduled sign work at the intersection of S.R. 234 and Byron Ridge Road in Dougherty County.
Work is scheduled between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, February 29, weather permitting.
Upgrades will include the following; Overhead installation of a straight only arrow sign and relocation of the existing S.R. 234 route sign. Installation of a 'Right Turn Only' sign on the right shoulder of the road. Relocation of the existing 'Right Turn Must Turn Right' sign.
A single lane closure and/or flagmen may be utilized during this work. Motorist should reduce their speed in these maintenance work zones.
Each day, hundreds of Georgia Department of Transportation employees and contractors work on dozens of highway, bridge and intersection improvements throughout the state. Their work often brings them and heavy machinery in close proximity to travel lanes. Fifty-seven Georgia DOT personnel and many more motorists, passengers and contractors' workers have been killed in highway work zone accidents since 1973. Please help us prevent these tragedies by slowing down; being especially attentive and cautious as you pass through construction work zones; and always driving responsibly. Safer Driving; Safer Work Zones; For Everyone. For information on the Department of Transportation, visit (www.dot.ga.gov); you also may follow Georgia DOT on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/GeorgiaDOT) and Twitter (http://twitter.com/gadeptoftrans).