The biggest traffic bottlenecks in Gwinnett County right now

It’s going to be a long Wednesday evening for those Gwinnett commuters traveling near I-85 North at Beaver Ruin Road.

As of 4:30 p.m., motorists were in an 8.4 mile bottleneck at Exit 102 and a nearly two-hour delay, according to the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC). The 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.

Drivers with Ga. 124 at Bethany Church Road in their route were experiencing delays of more than 1 hour for 2.14 miles.


Ga. 124 at Main Street had a traffic jam that extended 2.86 miles and was delaying motorists for 40 minutes.

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U.S. 29 North at Harbins Road in Dacula had a 23-minute delay and a 3.4-mile traffic jam.

 These hotspots were backed up for a mile or more: 

*Ga. 120 East at West Crogan Street --- 1.75

*Ronald Reagan Parkway East at Scenic Highway --- 1.71

*Sugarloaf Parkway South at Scenic Highway– 1.67

*Ga. 141 North at Medlock Bridge Road --- 1.63

*North Peachtree Street North at Medlock Bridge Road --- 1.55

*U.S. 78 East at Scenic Highway -- 1.47

*Ga. 20 East at Suwanee Dam Road  --- 1.45

*U.S. 78 East at Conyers Road  --- 1.15


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