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January 11, 2011 by USA Post 

Georgia Navigator, The Ministry of Transport of Georgia provides that the holiday traffic and delays to pick up earlier this afternoon, travelers begin their festivities early on Christmas – those who have a chance of being covered with snow.
The Ministry of Transport of Georgia provides that the holiday traffic and delays to pick up earlier this afternoon, travelers begin their festivities early on Christmas – those who have a chance of being covered with snow.

With Christmas on a Saturday this year, officials expect even more passengers than usual on what are already generally the busiest days of the year. Who might be affected, however, by what the National Weather Service forecasters said Wednesday a 60 percent chance of Atlanta to see a white Christmas.

“We expect heavy traffic around the metro Atlanta early (today) at noon,” GDOT Commissioner Vance C. Smith Jr. said. “Mail and mall traffic is particularly congested. In addition, many travelers will return home on weekends. ”

National Weather Service forecaster Mike Leary says the chances of snow for Christmas are a little better than 50-50.

“There is a chance,” he said. “It would be in the morning. There will be rain, and it will hover around freezing. ”

Georgia DOT has already announced it is suspending lane closures related to construction on all highways and major roads in Georgia from noon today until Monday. However, incident management or emergency lane closures related to maintenance may be required on a road, officials said.

Travelers can visit www.georgia-navigator.com for current road conditions or dial 511 from any phone for traffic information in real time. Those preparing to fly can also dial 511 to be connected to airports in Atlanta, Augusta and Savannah for information on parking, delays or connections to carriers.

Source: http://www.gwinnettdailypost.com/home/headlines/GDOT_Expect_holiday_traffic_delays_starting_today_112357329.html

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