The biggest traffic bottlenecks in Gwinnett County right now

The biggest traffic bottlenecks in Gwinnett County right now, according to the Atlanta Regional Commission.

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The biggest traffic bottlenecks in Gwinnett County right now, according to the Atlanta Regional Commission.

We've got you covered, Gwinnett County commuters.

The Atlanta Regional Commission has compiled real-time traffic data from INRIX, which uses data from GPS devices and individual drivers to show where bottlenecks are forming in the county. The data listed below shows the biggest traffic issues happeningright now.

*I-85 North at Beaver Ruin Road was experiencing a bottleneck of nearly 8.5 miles as of 3:30 p.m.

*I-85 South at I-285 was jammed about 3.95 miles

*Drivers on Ga. 140 South at Norcross Tucker Road were backed up for 3.76 miles.

Four more spots were experiencing bottlenecks of more than two miles:

*Sugarloaf Parkway southbound at Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road -- 2.55 miles

*U.S. 29 North at Harbins Road (Dacula) -- 2.28 miles

*U.S. 29 at North Pleasant Hill Road -- 2.13 miles

*I-85 North at Pleasant Hill Road -- 2.09 miles

These hotspots were backed up for a mile or more: 

*I-85 North at Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road

*Ronald Reagan Parkway eastbound at Ga. 124

*Ga. 120 West at Ga. 316

*Ga. 20 West at James Burgess Road

*Ga. 20 West at Peachtree Industrial Boulevard

*U.S. 78 East at Ga. 20

*Ga. 124 South at U.S. 78

*Ga. 316 East at Ga. 20

*Ga. 20 South at Hurricane Shoals Road

*Ga. 141 South at Spalding Drive