The I-16 at I-95 Improvement Projects will improve traffic flow and enhance safety along I-16 and I-95, one of Georgia’s busiest freight corridors as well as the gateway to Georgia’s growing port in Savannah, by reconstructing the interchange at I-16 and I-95 in Chatham County to increase operational efficiency and safety of passenger cars and trucks and widening I-16 to relieve traffic congestion. The $260 million project also resurfaces most of the lanes in and around the Chatham County interchange. It’s the largest reconstruction project for the southeast region since the interstate system was installed in the 1970s, according to GDOT.
Hussey Gay Bell is serving as a subconsultant to Griffin & Davis Consulting, Inc. and preparing erosion control plans for the projects.
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