The ongoing reconstruction of the I-285/Ga. 400 interchange in the Perimeter area of North Fulton and DeKalb counties will require more overnight lane and ramp closures through the weekend, the Georgia Department of Transportation announced.
All closures are “weather permitting” and scheduled for 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. nightly. Information: https://bit.ly/34rQIT4
Thursday, overnight: Two right lanes of eastbound I-285 from Peachtree Dunwoody Road to the MARTA bridge overpass.
Thursday-Saturday: One left lane of northbound Ga. 400 from Johnson Ferry Road to Hammond Drive; and the ramp from eastbound I-285 to northbound Ga. 400.
Friday-Sunday: Three left lanes of westbound I-285 from Peachtree Dunwoody to Ga. 400; and two left lanes of eastbound I-285 from Glenridge Drive to Ga. 400.
A continuous closure from 9 p.m. Friday through 5 a.m. Monday is planned for two left lanes of southbound Ga. 400 from Hammond to I-285.
GDOT also advises that traffic pacing will periodically occur in all directions of I-285 and Ga. 400 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily for deliveries of supplies and for construction, and may require ramp lane widths to be reduced to allow construction vehicles to enter and exit the work zone.
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