A re-surfacing project in Stephens County is one of many in northeast Georgia approved by state transportation officials.
The Georgia Department of Transportation announced this week that it awarded nearly 6.5 miles of re-surfacing along State Route 17 Alternate from State Route 184 to Antioch Church Road to C.W. Matthews Contracting of Marietta.
The project will cost $1.1 million and is to be completed by March 31, 2014.
In addition to that project, the DOT announced a number of re-surfacing projects were awarded in Franklin, Hart, and Habersham counties.
Those projects include nearly 7 miles of re-surfacing on State Route 59 in Franklin County from Brown Road to White’s Branch Road, nearly 4 miles of re-surfacing on State Route 17 in Franklin and Hart counties from State Route 51 to the Franklin County line, about 5 miles of re-surfacing on the State Route 77 connector in Franklin and Hart counties from State Route 77 to State Route 59, and more than 6 miles of re-surfacing on State Route 17 in Habersham County from State Route 15 to State Route 115.
The completion date on all of those projects is also March 31, 2014.