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Yes, there really is a plan to help Loganville's traffic

Posted: Saturday, April 6, 2019 12:00 am

LOGANVILLE — At times, city of Loganville officials feel as stuck as a driver trying to make a left turn from Highway 78 when it comes to tackling the city’s traffic problems.

The Georgia Department of Transportation maintains the city’s three major arteries: U.S. 78 and state Routes 20 and 81. And while the city can request GDOT to make certain changes, the state ultimately has final say on what does or doesn’t happen on those roadways.

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