Traffic flow to change at interchange
February 18, 2010
- Traffic to be affected on Eisenhower Interstate
- New traffic patterns begin March 1
FORT BENNING, Ga. - Post personnel using the Eisenhower Interchange will have to change their traffic patterns beginning March 1.
The change in the traffic flow is being modified to benefit Sand Hill, Patton Village and McGraw Village.
The change will require the use of many "jersey barriers," and will provide better movement and 24/7 access to the area, said Kevin Clark, Fort Benning chief of police.
Some of the posts Access Control Points will be affected by the change. ACP 4 will become free flow and unmanned 24/7 and ACP 5A will be manned 24/7 for traffic off post. The changes will not affect ACP 5B.
Clark said a note is being sent to residents of the affected areas through their housing managers.