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Bypass limit back to 65

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June 25, 2007

Albany --  Commuters along the Liberty Expressway may have noticed things are back to normal along the busy roadway.  

 In late February Georgia D.O.T officials lowered the speed limit along the busy expressway from 65 to 55 miles per hour, while crews worked on a $6.2 million construction project.

Construction was slated to end in late June and now signs indicate the speed limit has been increased back to 65.

The speed limit change affected a 10 mile stretch of highway from Ledo Road to South Oglethorpe.

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