ALBANY, GA (WALB) - An east Albany business owner says work on a road project is taking too long.
In late April, the city shut down part of East Broad Avenue to work on the railroad underpass area.
The closure was supposed to last 30-days,but a detour is still in place.
The Owner of Shabazz Fish Supreme said it's cutting off traffic to businesses in Shackleford Plaza.
"It has been shut down entirely too long and we're already without the Broad Avenue Bridge, so this is a double impact on East Albany Residents," said Gordon Hall, Shabazz, Owner.
Hall also worries this new mural on the underpass will be a target for vandals.
We reached out to city officials today to find out when the project will be finished, but we got no response.