WSB Traffic Team, G-DOT, and GSP answer WSB listeners' traffic questions and reflect on Captain Herb.
ATLtransit.org is a good new service, but shows the ugly truth.
Who I'd sue over traffic, the grim reminder of July 4th on the roads, and honoring Capt. Herb.
Atlanta has a lot to learn from mass transit in London.
The WSB Traffic Team made several stops at safe driving stops last weekend.
Storms a factor and I-20 gets hammered in good weather.
From snack cakes, to snarls, to hump day hassles.
The death of traffic titan Captain Herb Emory trumps all of the bedlam on Atlanta's roads this past week.
A tribute to an Atlanta legend, a public servant, a Georgia titan, and my WSB dad.
A string of pedestrians hit, Braves traffic returns, and what happened to I-20.
The opening of the new I-85/GA-400 interchange and how the Spring Break pilgrimage could have been worse.
What you need to know about the long-awaited Buckhead flyover.
A shooting on I-20, GA-400 RED ALERT, protester delays, and a roundabout.
How both spring break and Old Man Winter are still affecting the Atlanta roads.
Several RED ALERTS, fatal crashes, rain, two manhunts, and the "Slow Poke" bill.
Rain, sleet, a police chase, gridlock, and Biden top the traffic charts this week.
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.