Avoid 278/92 intersection until Saturday night
That is the message that Curtis Carlin came away with
after talking to the folks who are doing the construction
of a new crosswalk scheme at GA 92 and US 278 in Hiram.
Carlin said the project supervisor recommended avoiding
this intersection and points east on 278 and south on 92
as traffic had already backed up to the Cobb Line at 2:30p
on Friday (June 27).
Carlin sent me a few more photos
for this story. Construction should be completed by
Saturday afternoon, the folks
Notably, the area is accessible but considering the
normal congestion that occurs in this part of the county,
this construction project has put congestion on steroids.
Feel free to comment on the issues you may
experience. The belief is that the congestion may
extend the time taken to travel through the area by up to
Still, the improvements will improve pedestrian traffic
in the area.
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Avoid 278/92 intersection until Saturday nightCaped Crusader
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Posted 27 June 2019 - 03:11 PM
Posted 27 June 2019 - 09:52 PM
Whew, you can tell that construction season has sprung!!
Harmony Grove Rd is being repaved in the NW part of the county. They are rushing it to be done by the time school opens. The (mostly) good weather the last few days has helped I think.
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