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GDOT: Hwy. 306 set to reopen today after culvert repair

The Georgia Depart­ment of Transportation and construction partner Vertical Earth have been working on replacing a culvert Hwy. 306/Keith Bridge Road since June 1. GDOT officials say the plan is to reopen the road to traffic by this afternoon or early evening.

A culvert is a drainage structure primarily used to carry water through embankments to facilitate water flow. Culverts can be used to relieve drainage or to redirect water under a road to reduce the effects of erosion.

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