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This fuzzy image, taken of the flight deck monitor in the WSB Skycopter, shows the unnecessary right lane blockage I-75/sb at Hwy. 20/81 (exit 218) Thursday. 

Murphy's Law and mismanagement made I-75 a mess

Why a big rig wreck on I-75 took twice as long to clear as the I-285 plane crash.

Hands-free nowhere near risk-free

What a AAA study finds about hands-free devices and their use compared to other driving distractions.

Why the "most deadly" moniker on I-285 can be misleading

Why we need to take the "I-285-deadly" stats in context.

MARTA head Keith Parker bringing it credibility; How government is failing public safety comms

How MARTA CEO Keith Parker is turning it around and why a major public safety problem persists.

Ball dropped on recent Biden visit

How the Secret Service could have served Atlanta better on Biden's visit.

Atlanta's alternate commute options taking a hit

How recent efforts at mass transit in Atlanta have met setbacks.

Three tricky interstate construction zones

The long-term Atlanta construction zones that can be treacherous if driven wrong.

The Gr8 Exchange initiative in Gwinnett - rest of Atlanta take note

What the Gr8 Exchange is, why it's good, and why more areas should do the same.

The good, the great, and the ugly on Turkish traffic

How traffic and transit in Turkey shape up compared to Atlanta.

The united effort to ease the traffic pain from the tragic I-285 plane crash

The lengths many went to in preventing a huge traffic problem last Friday.

More traffic fatalities and why not Waze?

Behind the numbers on Georgia's deadly roads and the big con for the Waze app.

The grand ideas to try and fix the Downtown Connector

All the cards are on the table in a list of ideas to fix I-75/85.

Captain Herb Emory (above with Sandra Parrish) was at the ribbon cutting last April for the ramp that will soon bear his name. 

A year later - we thank you for helping us grieve Captain Herb

How you have kept Captain Herb's legacy alive and helped us this tough last year.

Safer than sorry, Atlanta handled February winter weather well

How Atlanta came together - both public and private sectors - to handle winter weather scares.

The tide is turning, now is the time to swim on transportation funding

Why we shouldn't balk at paying more for the roads.

Lessons learned from the RED ALERTS last week

Four things we can take away from Atlanta's atomic jams from a week ago.

There is only one way to have avoided sitting in Thursday morning's gridlock

The one piece of advice that would have kept you out of Thursday morning's gridlock.

How we handled the ice-urprise and Golden's mark on the GDOT

What we can learn from Friday's unexpected ice problems and Commissioner Golden's GDOT legacy.

My recent posts in AJC's "Gridlock Guy" column

Four reasons I haven't posted here in my Atlanta Traffic Blog in a while.

WSB listeners donated two truck loads of toys for Toys for Tots and raised almost $40,000 for the 2014 Toys for Tots drive at Fred's BBQ House in Lithia Springs.

Listen to the 2014 Toys for Tots Broadcast Remembering Captain Herb

Play back the audio from the 13th Annual Toys for Tots Broadcast hosted by the WSB Traffic Team.

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