Parking lot seal coating and road striping will continue at Fort Gordon possibly through March.
"It's about 40 percent complete," said Marla Jones, a spokeswoman from the public affairs office on the post.
The work began in December.
Weather will play a large role in determining the completion date of the project, she said.
Along with the road striping, the post will be initiating early morning road closures for physical training, Jones said.
A proposed road closure to begin in February is Lane Avenue from 15th to 31st streets, and 25th Street between Barnes and Brainard avenues. The road would be closed to all traffic from 5:30-7 a.m. for physical training runs. The Lane Avenue route is about 1.9 miles long.
Other areas for morning runs include tracks near Brems Barracks and Barton Field, the entrance to the McNair Terrace housing area and Chamberlain Avenue.
All other areas will be off-limits to the training runs.
A news release said the reason for the change is because of the growth in the western sector of Fort Gordon. Traffic along Range and North Range roads also is expected to increase.
By moving runs away from these areas, potential accidents will be averted, the news release states.
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