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Monday 6/13 Traffic Update

Atlanta, GA --  Atlanta rush hour will be affected today by an overturned tractor trailer, and believe it or not, Zombies...

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Residents invited to participate in transportation planning

Residents invited to participate in transportation planning

FLOWERY BRANCH -- (submitted by Hall County Government) The Gainesville-Hall Metropolitan Planning Organization is currently developing the 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan, which provides an opportunity to evaluate and identify transportation solutions in our rapidly growing community. As a part of this planning process, a second public meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 8, from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Georgia Mountains Center, 301 Main Street SW, Gainesville. Please attend this important meeting to share your thoughts and ideas about topics such as the following:

- New road projects
- Prioritization of existing road projects
- Current and future travel patterns
- Improving bicycle and pedestrian connectivity
- Improving public transportation services and commute options

The Gainesville-Hall Metropolitan Planning Organization is the intergovernmental transportation planning body for Hall County.

The Roads are Open; We Have Your Traffic Information at 11Alive.com

All the roads in Metro Atlanta are open today. You need to pack a huge load of patience while you get going though. There are many delays out there. For details on particular routes, check http://11alive.com/traffic.


The left lanes have ice in them. Stay out of those left lanes. Assume that all overpasses have ice on them; many have glaze ice that you will not be able to see until you are on them.

ALL of the on and off ramps have ice in them. Approach them slowly and carefully. If you speed onto an offramp or try to turn suddenly, you will slide and crash.


All have some ice on them. Most with three lanes ordinarily are down to two; most with two lanes regularly, are down to one lane.