We're in this together. Share your traffic story and help others start their day as smoothly as possible... considering there's a gaping hole in our interstate. Use #TrafficTrackers on social media and Crash Clark and team will answer your questions. Here are a few of our top questions from Wednesday morning:


Jason, Crash Clark said Ga 400 has been quiet through the morning hours, so your best bet is to exit to Sydney Marcus and take the I-85 N flyover bridge.

"It's been pivotal," Clark said. 'We didn't know it was going to be playing such a part."

To go into Midtown, he suggests taking a right on Sydney Marcus and a left on Piedmont. If you're trying to get to Emory specifically, Crash said take the North Druid Hills exit from I-85 and work your way to Briarcliff and La Vista. 

Stella, Crash said you can now take the Buford Spring Connector right from Peachtree. It's now open all the way to I-85 NB "And that's such a relief." 

But, Crash warns you to be aware of rubbernecking drivers who aren't always watching the traffic around them. 

For all Roswell and Alpharetta commuters, Crash said the easiest thing to do is use the Sydney Marcus exit, and then work your way to Piedmont and Lindbergh. You can also stay on a bit longer and take Lenox Road to work your way into Buckhead. 

June 15th is the projected completion date to finish and reopen both north and south bound lanes of I-85. Later this week, Buford Springs Connector could reopen, offering severe relief for I-85 traffic. 

Don't forget to use #TrafficTracker to send us your questions!