Atlanta, GA Traffic and Road Conditions
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Atlanta Traffic Alerts
GDOT has 7 Regional and 16 Highway Twitter feeds for traffic alerts. Each feed is targeted to a specific highway or region, so now you can follow just the accounts that interest you! Below is a list of the new Twitter accounts, as well as links to them. If you’re not currently on Twitter, sign up today!
Regional Twitter Feeds Link
Highway Twitter Feeds Link
I-75 in metro Atlanta https://twitter.com/GDOT_I75_ATL
I-85 in metro Atlanta https://twitter.com/GDOT_I85_ATL
I-285 in metro Atlanta https://twitter.com/GDOT_I285_ATL
I-20 in metro Atlanta https://twitter.com/GDOT_I20_ATL
SR 400 in metro Atlanta https://twitter.com/GDOT_SR400_ATL
I-75 south of Atlanta https://twitter.com/GDOT_I75_S_GA
I-75 north of Atlanta https://twitter.com/GDOT_I75_N_GA
I-85 south of Atlanta https://twitter.com/GDOT_I85_S_GA
I-85 north of Atlanta https://twitter.com/GDOT_I85_N_GA
I-20 west of Atlanta https://twitter.com/GDOT_I20_W_GA
I-20 east of Atlanta https://twitter.com/GDOT_I20_E_GA
I-95 across eastern Georgia https://twitter.com/GDOT_I95
I-16 between Macon & Savannah https://twitter.com/GDOT_I16
I-24 & I-59 northwestern Georgia https://twitter.com/GDOT_I24I59
Other ATL Highways (I-575, I-675, US 78, SR 141, SR 316 & SR 166) https://twitter.com/GDOT_othATLhwys
Other Georgia Highways (I-520, I-516, I-185 & I-985) https://twitter.com/GDOT_othGAhwys
The Transform 285/400 improvement project is designed to help reduce traffic congestion and enhance safety in the area near the I-285/SR 400 interchange in metro Atlanta. This priority project adds new flyover ramps, new collector-distributor lanes and other facilities to aid east-west travel along I-285 and north-south travel along SR 400.
The project will improve 4.3 miles of I-285 from west of Roswell Road to east of Ashford Dunwoody Road and 6.2 miles along SR 400 from the Glenridge Connector to Spalding Drive.
DeKalb and Fulton Counties…
Blasting along I-285 Requires Traffic Pacing for the Transform 285/400 Project
WHAT: Georgia Department of Transportation construction partners will begin controlled blasting along I-285 eastbound from the Perimeter Center Parkway overpass to the MARTA bridge. Blasting will also occur along I-285 westbound from the Perimeter Center Parkway overpass to Peachtree Dunwoody Road (exit 28).
The controlled blasting will require traffic to be paced on I-285 eastbound and westbound and on Perimeter Center Parkway for controlled blasting. The blasting will occur during the daytime twice a week.
WHEN: Monday through Friday from 1:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. starting Tuesday, March 5 for approximately three months
WHERE: I-285 eastbound from Roswell Road to Perimeter Center Parkway. I-285 westbound from Chamblee Dunwoody Road to west of Perimeter Center Parkway.
Travel on Perimeter Center Parkway from Lake Hearn Drive to Hammond Drive will be stopped prior to and during blasting.
MARTA will provide a flagging operator during the blastings to coordinate train operations.
Advisory: Exact dates may change due to weather or other factors. Motorists are cautioned to reduce
their speed while traveling through work zones, pay attention and watch for workers. Before heading out, get real-time information on work status and traffic conditions. Call 511, visit 511ga.org, or download the Georgia 511 app.
Additional project information is available at http://www.dot.ga.gov/BuildSmart/Projects/Pages/I285SR400.aspx