Each day, the Atlanta Regional Commission compiles 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 happening right now.

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Each day, the Atlanta Regional Commission compiles 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 happening right now.

*As of 3 p.m., Ga. 124 North at Ronald Reagan Parkway was backed up for 2.95 miles.

*Drivers on Ga. 124 South at Webb Gin House Road were stuck in a bottleneck of 1.76 miles.

*Ga. 120 East at U.S. 29/W. Crogan Street was backed up for 1.6 miles.

Several other locations had bottlenecks of more than a mile:

*Peachtree Industrial Boulevard northbound at Ga. 120 -- 1.3 miles

*U.S. 78 East at Ga. 20 -- 1.22 miles

*Ga. 140 North at Britt Road -- 1.2 miles

*Ga. 141 South at Spalding Drive -- 1.05 miles

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