With the Labor Day travel weekend in the rear view mirror, the Georgia Department of Transportation will move forward with routine maintenance activities in Stephens and surrounding counties this week.
According to the Georgia DOT, crews will trim vegetation and remove brush from the rights of way along State Routes 63 and 184 in Stephens County, along with State Route 320 in Franklin County and State Route 15/U.S. Highway 441 in Banks County.
In addition, crews in Habersham County will mow rights of way alongside State Routes 17 and 255, along with repairing shoulders and cleaning ditches alongside State Route 115.
Elsewhere, a crew will mow rights of way along State Route 15/U.S. Highway 441 in Rabun County.
The DOT said state route shoulders will close as crews mow and trim vegetation.
Officials remind motorists to reduce their speed in these and all work zones.