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Weekend road work: Have pity on Cobb County

11:23 am Jan. 13, 2017

Cobb County will continue to suffer some of the region’s worst construction-related traffic headaches this weekend as work continues on the I-75 northwest express lanes. But most of the work will be at night.

Here’s a

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

GDOT: ‘Major’ construction project coming to Downtown Connector

10:29 am Jul. 8, 2016

The Georgia Department of Transportation announced two resurfacing projects on the Downtown Connector and I-75 that are expected to affect traffic until next year.

Six miles of the Downtown Connector between University Avenue and the Brookwood Interchange will undergo

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

Traffic will give you time to think of the perfect Father’s Day gift

11:04 am Jun. 17, 2016

If you’ve had trouble picking out a Father’s Day present, fret not. Sitting in weekend traffic will give you plenty of time to mull it over. Expect several lane closures and delays as you make your way to visit dad.

Northwest Corridor Express Lanes

I-75

One northbound lane and two southbound lanes will be closed between Windy Hill Road and Cumberland Boulevard from 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.

One southbound

Expect delays on I-75 in Henry County through Sunday

2:39 pm Jun. 1, 2016

Construction continues on I-75 south between Ga. 155 and Ga. 138 for work on the South Metro Express Lanes Project. The 12-mile work area will be done in 2-mile increments, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation.

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