The Business Traveler Awards picked Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport for the top airport in North America for the second year running, thanks to its proximity to hotels and on-time flights. Delta Air Lines also won four first-place rankings.
The 102-hour Thanksgiving holiday travel period begins at 6 p.m. Wed., Nov. 22, and ends at 11:59 p.m. Sun., Nov. 26. The day before Thanksgiving is the busiest travel day of the year, and the Georgia Department of Public Safety and AAA are sharing travel times and tips in hopes of making this week safer for drivers.
Relatives and friends of the trapped workers gathered outside the tunnel are growing frustrated and angry. Some of the workers are concerned because they are suffering from fever and body aches.
Gwinnett County officials have unveiled a $17 billion plan to transform public transit in the county, leaning heavily into national trends. But it remains to be seen whether commissioners and voters will agree on a funding mechanism for it.
The city held a referendum and banned rental e-scooters after reports of injuries and three deaths.
Comment can be submitted online through July 27.
The artworks will serve as both navigational aids and visually striking art pieces, according to a press release.
Joby Aviation said this week that it got the green light to flight test its factory-made air taxi, which it hopes to launch commercially in 2025. It's one of several companies reaching for the skies.
The State Road and Tollway Authority (SRTA) signed off Monday on two major highway improvement projects.
A plan to add toll lanes along Georgia 400 in Fulton and Forsyth counties is being delayed by about four months after one of three contractor finalists dropped out of consideration.
Three Georgia counties will benefit from $3.2 million in federal grant funding to ease traffic flow by eliminating at-grade railroad crossings and studying construction alternatives.
Steering wheel locks may help car owners after an increase in incidents involving vehicles parked at rail stations.
The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) held an in-person session for their upcoming Bankhead Station Master Plan on Tuesday, April 11, with an online session scheduled for Thursday, April 13.
Officials in metro Atlanta are launching a shuttle service helping residents reach the grocery store after one location, nicknamed the “Baby” Kroger, shut down after more than 20 years.
A handful of school districts around the state will transition at least some of their bus fleet to electric buses, thanks to money from the federal government.