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Feb 03, The DOT issued a statement explaining why they are removing trees along I95 throughout Greenwich. The department said its primary mission is to keep the infrastructure shrubremover.barted Reading Time: 6 mins. Aug 25, A Tigercat feller buncher was busy cutting trees in the median of I between mile markers 8 and 9 on June 19, The work was part of a Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins.
Feb 21, BULLOCH COUNTY- You may have noticed trees being cleared from the medians along I and I According to the Georgia Department of Transportation, the goal is driver safety. “Over the Author: WSAV-TV. Jan 17, WOODBINE, GA. The drive along Interstate 95 in Georgia gets uglier by the day as trees are taken down, but state transportation officials say the clear cutting will improve safety.
DEEP does expect does expect much less defoliation next year.
The Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. Sep 25, The Department of Transportation (DOT) will be removing trees damaged by gypsy moth caterpillars along Interstate 95 south in East Lyme and Old Lyme.
Sep 19, They understand, and appreciate, citizen concerns about the environmental and aesthetic impact of removing so many trees. They recognize there are. Apr 05, So drivers cruising along I near Woodbine might see heavy machinery in the median and trees being cut down and lying on the ground as they wait for crews to remove them. Jun 21, “If they are keeping it a natural environment, I think it’s a good thing” he said.
You can’t react as quickly on interstates, Gasbarino said, so removing trees is a good way to help avoid. I's coffin corridor: Trees too close to road are killing motorists. City of Hardeevile Fire Department. A City of Hardeeville Fire Department employees looks over the wreck of a Ford minivan that struck trees off the shoulder of I in Jasper County on Sept.
5, Jul 05, “Trees are pretty and aesthetically pleasing, we understand that, but there are a variety of reasons why they’re an unsafe choice” he said. This is amillion project around Georgia, covering about 2, miles. Rep. Spencer said questions have come up about where the trees have gone.