Georgia town's transportation system follows traffic

06/21/2004 | American City Business Journals

The increase of residents and traffic in Gwinnett, Ga., prompted officials to design the transportation systems to relieve the rush-hour congestion on Interstate 85 and the half-mile back-ups at four-way stop signs. While some of those solutions are still on the way, other problems have already been solved by the county -- which adds 20,000 residents a year -- including issues about water and sewer capacity.

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