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A Smoother Ride Coming Soon To Highway 100 in Carroll County

Map of construction area on Georgia highway 100
Source: Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT)

CARROLLTON, Ga. – Work could begin soon on resurfacing State Route (SR) 100 in Carroll County. Georgia DOT has just awarded a contract to E.R. Snell Contractor, Inc. of Snellville, Georgia, valued at little over two million dollars for a construction project to resurface a 9-mile portion of the highway. The project includes 8.910 miles of milling and plant mix resurfacing on SR 100, beginning south of SR 166 and extending to the Haralson County line.

“This project and others like it in northwest Georgia add up to these two things- better mobility and a better quality of life for all the area’s residents,” said Dewayne Comer, district engineer at the Georgia DOT office in Cartersville.

This resurfacing project is scheduled to be completed by the end of March 2019, at a construction cost of $2,028,887. Information on construction and lane closure schedules on this project will be forthcoming before work begins.

More details on this and other projects in the Department’s most recent bid awards are available via Award Announcement Download at: https://www.bidx.com/ga/letting?lettingid=18042001.

The Georgia Department of Transportation continues its 2018 construction program. Dozens of important roadway improvement projects are ongoing this summer throughout northwest Georgia as we work to deliver projects on time and on budget while keeping our transportation network the nation’s finest. Pardon the necessary inconvenience and please drive cautiously and safely at all times, especially in work zones.

The public is urged to “know before you go.” For real-time information on active construction, incidents and more, call 511 or visit www.511ga.org before you get into your car.

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