Here’s “the latest and greatest time lapse” posted Tuesday:
The first video, posted on April 26, showed progress between April 6 and April 25.
“What a difference 20 days makes,” the department posted on Facebook.
And another video, shared on May 1, spans the progress between April 6 and May 1.
On Wednesday, May 10, Georgia Department of Transportation Commissioner Russell McMurry said the northbound lanes probably will be open sometime Saturday and the southbound lanes sometime Sunday.
"Our goal was to get I-85 back open to the people of Georgia as quickly as we could, and to do so we offered incentives for early completion," Georgia Department of Transportation Commissioner Russell R. McMurry said in a news release.
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And the incentives are big: If Atlanta’s I-85 construction is completed by May 25, C.W. Matthews (the contractor behind the repairs) will receive an additional $1.5 million. And if it’s completed by May 21, the company will receive $2 million and an additional $200,000 for each day completed before May 21 — up to a maximum of $3.1 million.
The AJC previously reported the repair is expected to cost up to $16.6 million, with the federal government paying 90 percent of the cost.