Rest Recounts Interstate /MilepostFacility#87LaurensI-16 East / MP 44.0Dump Station Closed#88LaurensI-16 West / MP 46.0Dump Station ClosedRestrooms open 24 hoursCustodians on premise 7:00 AM-11:00 PM Rest Recounts Interstate /MilepostFacility#34GordonI-75 North / MP 308.0Dump Station Not OperationalRestrooms Available#35GordonI-75 South/ MP 320.0Dump Station ClosedRestrooms open 24 hoursCustodians on premise 7:00 AM-11:00 PM Maintenance Engineer.
Rest Recounts Interstate /MilepostFacility#105GlynnI-95 South / MP 38 -42Dump Station ClosedRestrooms open 24 hoursCustodians on premise 7:00 AM-11:00 PM State Departments of Transportation are making adjustments to Welcome Center, service plaza and rest area protocols to help prevent further spread of the disease while at the same time attempting to accommodate travelers needs if possible.
Updated Monday, May 4, 2021 : “We’re asking you to limit your travel, but for those who cannot, like truckers, our restarts remain open. Updated Monday, May 4, 2021 : “The lobby area in each of Georgia’s nine Welcome Centers will be closed until further notice to help combat the threat of COVID-19.
However, restrooms at welcome centers and restarts throughout the state are open, operational and routinely deep cleaned throughout the day. For more I-95 travel information, visit www.i95exitguide.com, the Internet’s largest and most complete website devoted to I-95, America’s Interstate Main Street.
“Some of the protocols that have been undertaken so far include increased cleaning, discontinuing use of the electric hand dryers in the bathrooms, removal of tables and dine-in services, and updating employees on the best practices to help limit the spread of this virus.” Updated Friday, May 1, 2021 : All state restarts and welcome centers will temporarily close facilities beginning Sunday, April 5 at 4:00 pm.
“We recognize that New Hampshire’s restarts and welcome centers are a valuable resource for visitors and are confident that they can access amenities located outside the buildings on a temporary self-service basis while staff transition work duties to support other essential state services.” Granite State Hospitality operates the restroom facilities located on I-93 in Hook sett and those will remain open.
Updated Friday, May 1, 2021 : “For those who need to be on the road, service areas on the Parkway and Turnpike remain open for fuel, food, and restrooms.” The facility operator, HMS Host, has reopened the welcome center to help the trucking community that is delivering much needed supplies and materials in the fight against the Coronavirus.
Updated Friday, May 1, 2021 : “The lobby area in each of Georgia’s nine Welcome Centers will be closed until further notice to help combat the threat of COVID-19. “The Florida Department of Transportation will be reducing seating at its service plaza restaurants to 50% capacity.
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 at Florida rest stops, welcome centers and service plazas, frequently wash your hands, cover your cough or sneezes, and please stay home if you are sick.” For more I-95 travel information, visit www.i95exitguide.com, the Internet’s largest and most complete website devoted to I-95, America’s Interstate Main Street.
It’s available at Amazon and other online retailers and is useful for when you don’t have an Internet connection. If you believe you’ve lost or left an item in a rest area, you’ll need to contact the appropriate State Department of Transportation (DOT) office.
Time limits are not generally strictly enforced unless there is reason to believe the rules are being abused. Camping is generally defined as setting up a tent or sleeping on the ground.
There are some restarts, however, in Oregon and Montana that provide access to a state park or national forest in which camping is permitted. In some turnpike service plazas in Ohio, overnight RV parking spaces are available for a nominal fee.
During this three-week period, Massage Construction Inc. will set up a portable traffic signal at the bridge making it a stop-and-go scenario to protect the workers and public. This traffic operational change is part of a $256,000 maintenance contract to replace both approach slabs at this location just inside the Washington County line.