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Atlanta Traffic from the WSB 24-hour Traffic Center

Atlanta Traffic from the WSB 24-hour Traffic Center

Atlanta Traffic from the WSB 24-hour Traffic Center

Atlanta Traffic from the WSB 24-hour Traffic Center

Check this full list of crashes, stalls, and construction impacting Atlanta traffic, compiled by Atlanta's best traffic team. Report traffic issues to 404-897-7358. Hear our most recent traffic reports Instant Replay on our WSB Traffic Homepage.

Major Interstate Incidents:

  • Cobb Co.: Stalled Tractor Trailer: I-285/eb at Roswell Rd.; center lane; Delays.
  • Gwinnett Co.: Crash...I-85/sb at Beaver Ruin Rd. on left shoulder. Slow from Hwy. 316.
  • Downtown: Delays...I-75/85/nb slow past Langford Pkwy. to Midtown.
  • All other interstates still slow from the morning rush.

Major Surface Street Incidents: 

  • Union City: Injury Crash: Oakley Rd. at Flat Shoals Rd.
  • Atlanta: Tree down...Spring St. and 14th St.
  • Cobb Co.: Injury crash...Holly Springs Rd. and Post Oak Tritt Rd.
  • Cobb Co.: Tree down...Mabry Rd./sb at Winchester Way.
  • Atlanta: Road work...Peachtree St./sb between 26th St. and Spring St., right lane blocked. 
  • Listen to News 95.5/AM-750 WSB for live traffic updates.

Ongoing Construction and Other Closures: 

  • Cobb Co.: Construction...Cumberland Blvd. at Akers Mill Rd. Lanes closed for new road infrastructure. Detours in place through Powers Ferry Rd. and Interstate North Pkwy.
  • Cobb Co.:  Construction...I-75/sb at S. Marietta Parkway (S. 120 Loop) to Windy Hill Rd. in 3 right lanes during overnight hours (8:00 p.m. - 5:00 a.m.). 
  • Cobb Co.: Hwy. 41/Cobb Pkwy./nb/sb near Windy Hill Rd. Some road closures are long term and some are daily. Expect extra traffic in the area. 
  • Cherokee Co.: Sidewalk work...Towne Lake Hills South Dr./nb from Towne Lake Pkwy. to Etowah High School Entrance.  Expect slight right lane issues during weekday hours, after 8:30 a.m. until April, 2017.
  • Cherokee Co.: Road improvements...E. Cherokee Dr. between Hwy. 5 and Mill Creek Rd. daily between 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. until Summer 2018.
  • Atlanta: Lane Shift for Sewer Line Work...Hwy. 41/Northside Pkwy./nb between Arden Rd. and Northside Dr., until further notice. Traffic will shift to the middle lane.
  • Douglas Co.: Highway 92 relocation...Streets closed include Dorsett St., Green St., Cone St., the Brown St. railroad crossing, and Hospital Drive North.
  • Atlanta: Road Closed Indefinitely...Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. between Northside Dr. and Centennial Olympic Park Dr. for Mercedes Benz Stadium construction. Mitchell and Tatnall Streets are alternates.
  • Sandy Springs: Road work/closure...Sandy Springs Circle, between Johnson Ferry and Mt. Vernon, two eastbound lanes will close through the summer of 2017 to install drainage pipes and curbs. 
  • Fulton Co.: The City of Sandy Springs lists all closures on their city site on an interactive map
  • Follow @ATLFilmEnt on Twitter for continuous updates on City of Atlanta filming street closures. 
  • If you see construction or other closures in your area, let us know at 404-897-7358 to the traffic tip line. The lines are open 24/7/365.

Become a Traffic Trooper - call the WSB Traffic Center's Traffic & News Tip Line: 404-897-7358 or use the new WSB Radio app - just click the button to call the WSB Tcollraffic Center and then save the number in your phone!

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You can't use the I-85 HOT/Express Lanes unless you have a Peach PassClick here to see real time cameras of the toll rates.

Airport Parking    Report railroad crossing outages and problems to 1-800-946-4744 or 911. 

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