The Georgia Department of Transportation work to make highways safer.
On Monday, crews started replacing pavement markers in multiple counties.
The project will give drivers better visibility at night and during bad weather.
The agency says over time the markers become worn and damaged.
"Oh it's extremely important. This is a slow-moving operation just by the nature of what they're doing. And we ask people to just to be patient especially if it's a two lane road. If they come up on a crew please don't try to pass them, don't tailgate them," said GDOT District Communications Officer Nita Birmingham.
Rolling lane closures will occur between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. through Friday.
State Route 94, from the Lowndes County line to the Clinch County line
SR 76, from Davis Street to SR 135/Lakeland Highway
SR 168, from Davis Street to the Lanier County line
SR 11, from the Irwin County line to SR 107/Industrial Drive and from West Jack Allen Road to the Wilcox County line
SR 135, from the Atkinson County line to Cherokee Hills Road and from Cherokee Hills Road to the Jeff Davis County line
SR 268, from SR 32/Ocilla Highway to the Jeff Davis County line
SR 31, from the Atkinson County line to Chariot Trail and from Chariot Trail to the Telfair County line
County Road 31 South Access Road Interstate 75, from Willis Still Road to the Turner County line
County Road 114 South Access Road Interstate 75, from the Tift County line to Carter Road
SR 122 Connector, from SR 122 to SR 37