Issues on I-75 on both sides of town, more fallout from the winter storms, and streetcar dysfunction highlight the week in Atlanta traffic.
Ways to report traffic problems the right way and why that is important.
The I-20 good Samaritan, a pedestrian killed Downtown, and Friday storms in AM drive.
Why this winter storm went so much better than the last and how the WSB team weathered it.
Rain, not snow this week. Plus, the Buckhead butterfly effect, DOT gun-jumping, and a cross-dresser and a boulder in traffic lanes.
Both public officials and us can learn from mistakes made in this latest ice travesty.
Two AM drive RED ALERTS for Clayton County, two DeKalb gas leaks, and a nine-car crash in Gwinnett.
Why the Atlanta Regional Commission's 2040 traffic plan needs major adjustments.
Traffic, overall, was normal this week - why it was not in some areas.
We saw ice, rain, back to work and school, a police chase, and a massive jam in Cobb. This is the week that was in Atlanta traffic.
From the economy, to weather, to construction, what made Atlanta traffic tick - or stink - in 2013.
How drivers almost in a fatal crash on Ronald Reagan Pkwy. tried to save those that were.
What to do when you sit in gridlock, are nowhere near an exit, and have to go.
Four things you should do after the GA-400 Toll Plaza closes.
Why GA-400 Toll Plaza won't be fully dismantled until fall 2014.
How traffic in Cobb County could be worse than Downtown traffic and other cons of the new stadium location.
Why the DOT had to close lanes on I-285 Friday and how both motorists and the DOT could have made the delays less intense.
Traffic was not as bad as forecast this Halloween, but tragedy struck in Decatur.
Why traffic jam communication and route choice are key in the future success of the much-maligned Atlanta Streetcar project.
More features are making for less excuses to text and drive.