The Georgia Department of Transportation said it will trim and remove vegetation this week from a number of state routes in StephensCounty and northeast Georgia.
According to the DOT, crews will work on State Routes 63 and 184 in StephensCounty, as well as State Route 320 in FranklinCounty and State Route 15/U.S. Highway 441 in BanksCounty.
Meanwhile in HabershamCounty, DOT officials say a crew will mow the rights of way alongside State Routes 17 and 255.
The DOT said crews will work through Friday between 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. if weather permits.
State Route shoulders will be closed as crews mow and trim vegetation.
DOT officials reminded motorists that they should reduce their speed in these and all work zones.