Thursday, July 16, 2009

Golden Isles Parkway now completed.

The 160 miles long highway stretching from Culloden through northern Perry through Hazelhurst to the Golden Isles of Brunswick.
I heard about this a whils back, but really didn't pay any attention to it.
Updated at 1:36 P.M.
Governor Sonny Perdue will attend a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony for the Highway 341/Golden Isles Parkway Widening Project Completion will be held on July 22 at 10:30 a.m. at Parker’s Convenience Store in Surrency.

The event is being held inconjunction with the Highway 341 Alliance and the Golden Isles Parkway Association. Governor Sonny Purdue and other state, regional and local dignitaries will be on hand for this momentous occasion.

Completed in early July, the widening of U.S. Highway 341 - also known as the Golden Isles Parkway - now provides travelers with a direct four-lane route from I-75 to I-95. Beginning above Perry at Culloden and stretching to the port of Brunswick on the Georgia coast, the parkway runs through the heart of many small towns that are vital to the economies of middle and southeast Georgia. As such, the expansion of the Parkway is expected to have tremendous positive implications for future tourism development and industry recruitment efforts in this part of Georgia.

For more information about the June 22 ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony, the 341 Alliance or the Golden Isles Parkway Association, please contact your local Department Authority, Chamber of Commerce or Tourism office.

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