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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

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
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One southbound lane will close

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

GDOT to Gwinnett drivers: Start carpooling more

10:25 am May. 12, 2016

The Georgia Department of Transportation has a message for Gwinnett drivers: carpool more.

Georgia Commute Options, a GDOT program, is working with Lanier High School in Gwinnett County to encourage more drivers to carpool to work.

The high

Sidewalks to be added near Suwanee schools

10:11 am Mar. 17, 2016

A mile-long sidewalk project will soon help improve safety for students and others traveling between Level Creek Elementary and North Gwinnett Middle schools in Suwanee.

The project along Peachtree Industrial Boulevard and Tench Road includes new

Mouth off about traffic in Gwinnett

6:00 am Mar. 15, 2016

If you’re a Gwinnett commuter who’s tired of sitting in traffic, now’s your chance to vent about it in a way that’s actually productive.

The county Department of Transportation is asking residents to voice their opinion

Campaign wants millennials to get onboard with transit

6:00 am Mar. 14, 2016

Thinking about going somewhere? Think transit.

That’s the message ATLtransit.org want to get across in a new social media campaign targeted toward millennials. The attitude of the campaign is sarcastic and funny to get peoples’ attention and get them thinking about how they could incorporate local bus or MARTA ridership into their everyday lives.

RELATED NEWS: New transit website to streamline trip planning

So why the social media