Congress may have avoided a debt default, but Georgia and other states face a “fiscal cliff” on transportation projects if Congress doesn’t act by Sept. 30, 2014. That’s the date when the two-year federal transportation funding bill expires.
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Some projects that could be held up if Congress does not pass a transportation bill by Sept. 30, 2014.
• I-75 at I-16 interchange in Macon
• I-95 at I-16 interchange in Savannah
• I-285 at I-85 South interchange in Atlanta
• I-285 at I-20 West interchange in Atlanta
• Macon-LaGrange bypass on U.S. 27
*According to state Transportation Planning Director Toby Carr.