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Georgia DOT: I-14 project not a good investment
Road would connect Augusta to Columbus
I-14 map
A newly released study of options for moving freight through Georgia by the state Department of Transportation has concluded that a plan to build Georgia’s first interstate highway since the 1960s would not be a good return on investment. Traffic projections show the proposed Interstate 14 likely would carry only an average of 3,000 trucks per day, well below the average daily flow of 11,000 to 18,000 trucks on Georgia’s existing interstates. (SPECIAL)
ATLANTA – Georgia motorists looking for a faster way to get across the state between Augusta and Columbus will have to wait a long time – if ever – for a solution.
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