As a young child growing up in Atlanta in the 1980’s and 1990’s, the knowledge of the traffic woes has always been prevalent. I can remember coming home from school and hearing the afternoon rush hour reports on the radio, hearing my parents make plans to go places around the traffic, or actually sitting in […]
A witness of the I-85 bridge fire that took place on last Thursday says that moments before the bridge collapsing, the man charged with starting the fire admitted it. Sophia Brauer tells Channel 2 Action News: “I said, ‘Oh my God, Basil, look at that!’ “He looked at me. He gave this evil smile and […]
Vic Mensa‘s latest track, “Heir to the Throne (Freestyle),” is a message directed right at all his competition. His choice to rap over the instrumental from…
Two staging areas for transport will open at 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 30. • Drivers who left their vehicles on I-20 and I-285 west should report to the Westlake MARTA station (parking area), 80 Anderson Ave. SW, Atlanta. • Drivers who left their vehicles on I-75, the top end of I-285 and the Downtown Connector […]
For anyone who didn’t know, “Georgia’s quality of life and economic productivity are being reduced by choke points” — and the worst ones in Georgia are all in metro Atlanta. That’s according to TRIP, The Road Information Program, an organization that’s come out with a new list of bottlenecks.
Up to 300,000 people could be in Atlanta this weekend for the long list of events planned. From the revival of Freaknik, to Braves games, the Hawks play-offs and the Dogwood festival, the area will be packed with people. Click here for more info.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said Wednesday he will be tough and even sue organizers of any Freaknik-related activities that violate city guidelines. "We will not be caught off-guard," Reed said at a news conference to discuss traffic and public safety plans for several scheduled events in the city this weekend.