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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

Celebrate Fourth of July responsibly, GSP says

4:12 pm Jun. 29, 2016

By Asia Burns

The Fourth of July is right around the corner and the Georgia State Patrol is making an effort to encourage Georgians to celebrate the holiday responsibly.

The holiday travel period begins at 6 p.m. Friday and ends at midnight Monday.

“State troopers are preparing for full patrols during the peak travel times,” Department of Public Safety Commissioner Colonel Mark W. McDonough said.

GSP said troopers will be conducting road checks and

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

New sidewalks, road improvements slated for Gwinnett

5:06 pm Jan. 20, 2016

Gwinnett commissioners this week approved construction contracts for various sidewalk and intersection improvements to be funded with the one-percent Special Purpose Local Option Sales tax.

About two total miles of sidewalks will be constructed at the