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New SR 67 Signalized Intersection goes live Wednesday

The Georgia Department of Transportation will activate a new signalized intersection Wednesday, December 21 on SR 67 at Brooklet-Denmark Road/Nevils-Denmark Road about two miles north of Interstate 16 interchange (Exit 127).
Intersection improvements are in conjunction with the SR 67 widening project. The contractor has installed and bagged the new signals. This signalized intersection will provide pedestrian crosswalks and flashing yellow arrows in the left turn lanes to enhance safety and optimize operational efficiency.
While not expected to be in service for the Wednesday morning commute, the signal should be fully functional by mid-day, weather permitting. Local law enforcement will handle traffic control during activations. Message boards are in place this week near the intersection to alert motorists of this new traffic signal location and activation date.  
Motorists are always advised to proceed cautiously through intersections, but most certainly so next week during activation and the days to follow as drivers become acclimated to the new signal. 
Advisory: Exact time may change due to weather conditions. Motorists are advised to expect delays, exercise caution, and reduce their speed while traveling through work zones, stay alert, and watch for workers. Before heading out, get real-time information on work status and traffic conditions. Call 511, visit 511ga.org, or download the Georgia 511 app. 

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    Reace December 21, 2022

    A FELONY charge for a fire extinguisher? In my opinion, it should have gone to trial and I believe the people in the stands would sympathize and moralize the process. The judicial department must be bored. If it were their kids they would get off with some laughs around the department. It’s a shame that people in power are blinded by their ego and reputation.

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