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The Roads are Open; We Have Your Traffic Information at 11Alive.com

All the roads in Metro Atlanta are open today. You need to pack a huge load of patience while you get going though. There are many delays out there. For details on particular routes, check http://11alive.com/traffic.

ALL INTERSTATES & MAIN ROUTES are open.

The left lanes have ice in them. Stay out of those left lanes. Assume that all overpasses have ice on them; many have glaze ice that you will not be able to see until you are on them.

ALL of the on and off ramps have ice in them. Approach them slowly and carefully. If you speed onto an offramp or try to turn suddenly, you will slide and crash.

ARTERIAL/MAIN STREETS --

All have some ice on them. Most with three lanes ordinarily are down to two; most with two lanes regularly, are down to one lane.

Hammond Drive GA 400 Traffic to Be Rerouted Dec. 10

Hammond Drive GA 400 Traffic to Be Rerouted Dec. 10

ATLANTA -- Beginning on Friday, Dec. 10, all Hammond Drive traffic across Georgia 400 will be moved to the new bridge section, where it will remain until summer, according to information received by the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts (PCIDs) from the Georgia Department of Transportation.

The rerouting is planned to occur at 9:00 p.m.

Brandon Mill Closing for Construction

SANDY SPRINGS, GA -- Contractor CW Matthews, the GDOT contractor on the Johnson Ferry-Abernathy widening project, will be closing Brandon Mill between Abernathy on the south end and Brandon Ridge on the north end. The road will close today.

The closure of the road will allow utility relocations and construction of the new alignment of the intersection. The scheduled re-opening date is mid-November. At that time, the River Springs entrance will remain open.

Sandy Springs Starts Capital Paving and Reconstruction Programs

SANDY SPRINGS, GA -- The City of Sandy Springs has begun this year's Capital Paving and Reconstruction Programs.

The Capital Paving Program will pave 6.05 miles of city roads. It is funded through a strict city budgeting process. This will be the fifth year that Sandy Springs has implemented the program.

The Reconstruction Program will construct and pave 1.66 miles of road.

Altogether, these two programs and the Local Assistance Road Program, which is already in place, will pave more than 88 miles of Sandy Springs roads.

The roads scheduled to be paved by the Capital Paving Program are:

* Powers Ferry Road from Mt. Vernon Highway to Mt. Paran Road
* Jett Road from Mt.

Roswell Road Sidewalk Construction Project