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I had the opportunity in the last few days to travel the new and final section of the Truman Parkway in Savannah, and it is superb. You have to get a little used to its terminus at Abercorn but it is a great way to get from the southside to downtown — if you’re in Savannah — and to places such as Grayson Stadium for a Sand Gnats game.

I can see why it took so long to open the fifth and last phase, since it crosses the Vernon River east of White Bluff.  There were some wetlands to navigate.

Now, if we can get the Effingham Parkway built and re-work the I-16/I-95 interchange, that would be tremendous progress.



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