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05/21/04

Road Restrictions During G-8

Georgia DOT Advises of No Commercial Traffic on Sidney Lanier Bridge as well as other Restrictions on Roads in the Brunswick, St. Simons, and Sea Island Area During G-8.

No Commercial vehicles will be allowed to cross Sidney Lanier Bridge between June 5, 2004 and June 11, 2004. All commercial vehicles bound for St. Simons Island or Sea Island will have to arrive via US 17/ SR 25 southbound.

Commercial vehicles to Brunswick from 1-95 northbound must use exit 36A or B, US 341/ SR 27 into Brunswick.

Commercial vehicles to St. Simons/Sea Island from 1-95 northbound must use exit 38, SR 25 Spur to US 17/SR 25 southbound.

Commercial vehicles to Brunswick from 1-95 northbound must use exit 36A or B, US 341/SR 27 or Exit 38, SR 25 Spur.

Commercial vehicles to St. Simons/Sea Island from 1-95 southbound must use exit 38, SR 25 spur to US 17/SR 25 southbound.

Commercial vehicles on US 84/SR 520 to Brunswick must travel 1-95 northbound to exit 36A or B US 341/SR 27 into Brunswick.

Commercial vehicles on US 84/SR 520 to St. Simons/Sea Island must travel 1-95 northbound to exit 38, SR 25 Spur to US 17/SR 25 southbound.

Commercial vehicles on 1-95 to Jekvll Island must use exit 29, US 17/SR 25/SR 520.

All Colonel's Island commercial traffic must use exit 29. US 17/SR 25/SR 520.

All Mayor's Point Terminal commercial traffic must use exit 36A, US 341/SR 27 or Exit 38, SR 25 Spur.

All motorists should allow additional travel time for St. Simons/Sea Island. Also, please be aware of slow or congested traffic between June 5, 2004 and June 11, 2004.

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