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Traffic pacing scheduled for I-95 in Chatham Co.

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CHATHAM CO., GA (WTOC) -

The traffic pacing operation will be set up on Interstate 95 in both directions in Chatham County.  

It is scheduled for 7 a.m. Sunday on I-95, near Monteith Road overpass and Port Wentworth exit 109 in Chatham County.

Crews will be removing outdated cables lines that cross over travel lanes on I-95. Traffic will be paced 20 mph starting five miles out from the actual crossing not to exceed 15 minutes, according to the Georgia Dept. of Transportation news release.

Authorities will be leading the traffic pacing. Drivers should expect delays in the area.

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