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Weekend road work in metro Atlanta: What you need to know

11:56 am Feb. 24, 2017

Traveling around metro Atlanta this weekend? Better check out this list of construction-related lane closures, courtesy of the Georgia Department of Transportation.

Buford

One southbound lane on I-85 from Gravel Springs Road to Ga. 20 will be

Atlanta road work: Places to avoid this weekend

9:43 am Feb. 17, 2017

Cobb County interstates remain the place to avoid this weekend as the Georgia Department of Transportation continues work on area highways. Here’s a look at this weekend’s road work.

Cobb County

Traffic pacing will occur from 9

Weekend traffic complicated by I-285 closures

12:02 pm Aug. 19, 2016

As wet weather pushes into metro Atlanta this weekend, drivers can expect an even more difficult ride because of road work.

If you thought last week was a nightmare, weekend work along I-20 and I-285 may

Expect lane closures and delays this weekend

4:17 pm Jul. 14, 2016

Good news: The weekend is near.

Bad news: There will be lots of construction-related lane closures that result in delays on metro Atlanta interstates.

Here are your trouble spots:

Northwest Corridor Express Lanes
1-75

One southbound lane will close

Heavy traffic expected after delay-free holiday weekend

12:50 pm Jul. 8, 2016

Enjoyed navigating metro Atlanta last weekend without the typical roadwork that clogs interstates?

Don’t get used to it.

After suspending construction-related lane closures for the long Fourth of July weekend, Georgia Department of Transportation crews will be out

Construction suspended for Fourth of July weekend

4:25 pm Jun. 30, 2016

By Asia Burns

The Georgia Department of Transportation is trying to ease Fourth of July traffic congestion, officials said. In a press release, the department said it will suspend construction-related lane closures on interstate and major

MARTA says no fare increase in 2017

11:56 am May. 13, 2016

MARTA announced there will no fare increase in 2017.

The transit system proposed a budget of $453.3 million for 2017 on Wednesday. The budget, scheduled to be adopted June 2, says there will be no increase in base