SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – News 3’s Courtney Cole surveyed Savannah’s streets and bridges this morning to see what driving conditions look like.
She took a tour of 37th Street—showing lots of icy patches. She also drove the Thunderbolt Bridge which remains open.
For the latest on road closures in Savannah and Chatham County, go to http://www.chathamcounty.org/road-closures
While the eastbound I-16 connector remains opens, the westbound connector remains closed.
The Truman Parkway remain closed.
The E. President Street drawbridge is also closed.
According to the Georgia Department of Transportation, the GA-25 S bridge will remain closed until temperatures are above freezing. Because the bridge is a metal grate, it cannot be treated with salt.
According to Chatham Emergency Management the following roadways are still closed as of 7 a.m. on Jan. 4
Bay St Viaduct
Houlihan Bridge – Hwy 25 (Port Wentworth)
Hwy 80 viaduct @ Alfred
Hwy 80/ Suncrest
I-516 Ramp @ Bay St
Islands Expressway – President Street Bridge (Causton Bluff (Sam Varnedoe) Bridge)
Jimmy Deloach Parkway from Morgan Lakes to Hwy 80
Jimmy Deloach Pkwy@ I-16 overpass
Liberty Pkwy @ ACL Blvd
Littleneck Overpass (Over I-95)
PINE BARREN @ INTERSTATE 95
POOLER PARKWAY AT SH MORGAN NORTH BOUND
Price St & 35th St
Quacco Rd @ I-95
Quacco Road @ Interstate 95 Bridge
Truman Pkwy @ Anderson
Truman Pkwy @ Derenne
Truman Pkwy @ Eisenhower
Truman Pkwy at President