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Robot pummels roads with water

...the bridge at the South Carolina state line. "It doesn't look like your typical cartoon-looking robot," said Rusty Merritt, of the Georgia DOT. The work, which will be done by Gilbert Southern for nearly $3.3 million, will last until...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/06/12/met_378246.shtml
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Uneven lanes lead to more repairs on I-20

...of an inch drop off between the lanes there, and that was just something we felt we couldn't live with," said Rusty Merritt, of the Georgia DOT. He said the contractor, Gilbert Southern, is replacing slabs to fix the problem. On Monday...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/06/03/met_377386.shtml
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System gives road delay details

...say you shouldn't fret. They say help is coming. "We're trying some new technology that's out there," said Rusty Merritt of the Georgia Department of Transportation. "The purpose is to give people a little idea based on car speeds about...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/01/28/met_366999.shtml
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Motorists will trade one delay for another

...Columbia and McDuffie County projects, we're going to be finishing those up and getting out of the road," said Rusty Merritt, of the Georgia Department of Transportation. "But on the flip side, we've got another project toward the Savannah...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/08/28/met_355288.shtml
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Project causes delays, wrecks

...Transportation has placed signs warning of delays at the Belair Road and Thomson (state Route 10) exits, said engineer Rusty Merritt The speed limit also was recently lowered to 50 mph in areas where construction trucks operate. Everywhere else...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/05/27/met_347858.shtml
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The new faces of caution

...and Thomson. "This is really the first time in the state of Georgia that something like this has been done," said Rusty Merritt of the Georgia Department of Transportation. "It's something the contractors took on themselves to do." Gilbert...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/05/08/met_343603.shtml
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Bases tighten access

...work on both sides of the gates already has created some traffic backups, even without the new policy in place, said Rusty Merritt, an area engineer for the Georgia Department of Transportation. The road project is slated to last for the next two...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/04/26/met_315256.shtml
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Road plan obstacles targeted

...start work sections near Augusta. Road construction is underway in parts of Jefferson and Richmond counties, said Rusty Merritt, a local DOT engineer. He said trees are coming down near Fort Gordon's Gate 5. There, on Tobacco and Deans Bridge...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/03/12/met_306685.shtml
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Deadly crossing will get four-way stop

...between 7 and 8 a.m. That doesn't rule out the possibility of a traffic light there in the near future, said Rusty Merritt, an area engineer with the Department of Transportation. "(The four-way stop) is normally the first step on...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/02/11/met_306174.shtml
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Road plan changes landscape

...Baston Road widening project, calls for expanding River Watch Parkway and widening Baston Road and Washington Road. Rusty Merritt, Georgia Department of Transportation area engineer, said the project should take two years to complete. "We've...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/12/09/met_300622.shtml
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