Work to begin on resurfacing more than 14 miles of I-75 in Bartow County; project worth $10.3 million.

Work to begin on resurfacing more than 14 miles of I-75 in Bartow County; project worth $10.3 million.

From Georgia DOT: Work could begin soon on resurfacing Interstate 75 between Glade Road/Exit 278 and Chatsworth Highway/Exit 293 in Bartow County. Georgia DOT has just awarded a contract to C.W. Matthews, Contracting Co. of Marietta,  valued at $10.3 million, for a construction project to resurface a 14-mile portion of the freeway. The project includes 14.450 miles of milling and plant mix resurfacing on I-75, beginning north of Glade Road and extending to just south of Chatsworth Highway/US411 in Bartow County.

“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 April. Information on construction and lane closure schedules on this project will be forthcoming before work begins.

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