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Traffic Flow Into Fort Gordon Changing



Motorists who drive Gordon Highway, particularly those heading to Fort Gordon, are seeing major changes now and continuing into Oct. 25.

The first change is that all four of the newly built lanes from Gate 2, heading west to the new Gate 6 opened on Oct. 18. Traffic signals at the Gate 6 interch...

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  1. I may be wrong and I hope I am but looking at that diagram it appears that a lot of traffic from multiple directions will be funneling in from the left through one, maybe two lanes, to then open up in a small space to get through 5-6 checkpoints?? Looks like traffic will back up!! Great!

  2. Not a word about what will happen/change at gate 1. Why? Does this mean that those who may need emergency services but live outside of gate 5, and there are many retirees and soldiers, will now have farther to go to get to Eisenhower during the closed times at gates other than Gate 6?

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