The Georgia Department of Transportation is announcing road work in Stephens and surrounding counties this week.
DOT officials said that in Stephens County, a crew will inspect drainage pipes under State Routes 328 and 17.
Elsewhere, a crew in Franklin County will reset the grade of the shoulders alongside State Route 328 to ensure proper drainage from the roadbed and another crew will mow and trim vegetation in rights of way alongside State Routes 51 and 198.
Moving to Hart County, a crew will remove damaged sections of asphalt and replace them with new asphalt on the State Route 17 Royston Bypass, where a lane closure will be required as crews work.
Another crew in Hart County will clean and repair drainage pipes under State Route 77 and State Route 77 Connector.
Finally in Banks County, a crew will trim vegetation in the rights of way alongside State Routes 164 and 198 and a crew will reset the grade of the shoulders alongside State Route 15/U.S. Highway 441 to ensure proper drainage from the roadbed.
The DOT said most of the activities will only require shoulder or median lane closures.
Crews will work today through Friday between 7:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. if weather permits.
The DOT reminds motorists to reduce their speed in these and all work zones.