Expect traffic delays near Health Sciences Campus

Traffic cones

Georgia Power has finished the work on 15th Street, but there will be some delays next week as they finish paving. They will work the section between Laney-Walker and Walton Way according to the schedule below:

  • Sept. 27: Contractors will mill 2 inches of asphalt. Expect about a 15-minute interruption at Entrance 3 and the exit as the machine works past the intersection.
  • Sept. 28: Contractors will pave the lane closest to the parking deck. Expect about a 15-minute interruption at Entrance 3 as the exit for asphalt is placed and cured.
  • Sept. 29: Contractors will pave the other lane and turn lanes. There should be no interruption in access at the entrance or exit.

During this period, southbound traffic will not be able to turn across the street into Entrance 3. Traffic will need to go to the light at Laney-Walker and make a U-turn back toward Entrance 3.

This work will not block traffic at Entrance 3 or the exit during the peak use hours of 7-9 a.m. and 4-6 p.m. Interruptions in access to the entrance and exit will take place between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Please Pardon Our Progress as we continue to grow and expand at Augusta University.

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