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GDOT Quick Response Projects Enhance Safety on Bainbridge Roads

Posted: 10/24/2014 - The Georgia Department of Transportation continues to bring safety enhancements to state roadways with two projects in Bainbridge that will benefit high school traffic and drivers who travel the state Route 97 Connector at SR 97.

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