The Georgia Department of Transportation will shut down busy Piedmont Road at the Interstate 85 reconstruction site Tuesday, and the shutdown is expected to have major effects on the surrounding roads.GDOT needs to close Piedmont Road to install new beams for the I-85 bridge.We're monitoring the impact this closure will have on your morning commute, on Channel 2 Action News This Morning. Signs are already warning drivers that the road will be closed from 9 a.m. Tuesday to 9 a.m. Wednesday.Weather permitting, the Georgia Department of Transportation said contractors will work overnight to set beams for the I-85 bridge project. TRENDING STORIES: 4 teenagers killed in crash involving tractor-trailer 23 men arrested in underage sex sting 'Operation Spring Cleaning' 36 hours, 1 county, 4 overdoses, 2 deaths: Is fentanyl in your neighborhood? Work will require continuous lane closures on Piedmont Road during those 24 hours.The Buford-Spring Connector will be open to traffic, but the southbound access ramp from Piedmont Road to the Buford-Spring Connector will be closed.[Alternate routes to get you around the I-85 bridge collapse]'This stage of the project represents yet another critical milestone in Georgia DOT's stated goal of reopening I-85 on or before June 15,' the transportation department said in a news release.Drivers are advised to plan ahead and find alternate routes during the closure.Barely 100 yards from the construction site, Marga Vargas, better known to everyone as Mama, of Mama's Cocina Latina, is fretting over the closure.She told Channel 2's Richard Elliot that her business is down by as much as 75 percent, and now she doesn't even plan to open on Tuesday.'We have to close because we're going to pay labor, electricity, everything, and nobody comes in, so we have to close, and to close is to lose a lot of money in one day,' Vargas said.[PHOTOS: Massive fire causes I-85 bridge to collapse]Just another 200 yards or so down Piedmont Road is Gino's New York Pizza, which seems to be thriving.Owner Amy Gerrtiz told Elliot that the restaurant is doing very well, especially its delivery business, which, she said, is booming.A lot of drivers, it seems, get sick of sitting in traffic and stop in for a slice.'I've actually had a lot of customers say, 'W e just got tired of sitting in traffic so we just decided to pull over. I've never been here before.' That's good! That's really good,' Gerrtiz said.Vargas said construction workers coming in for lunch are helping business a little, so she's offering something special if they can get the repair job done early.'I hope the construction is going to finish before the time, June 15. They finish before, I promise all the construction workers free lunch that day,' Vargas said.