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Soaring gasoline prices not affecting Georgia traffic



by Dave Williams | Jun 16, 2022 | Capitol Beat News Service

ATLANTA – Car traffic in Georgia is at an all-time high despite rising prices at the pump, state Commissioner of Transportation Russell McMurry said Thursday.

The cost of gasoline has soared across the state ...

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  1. Thankful for the near 30 cent reduction per gallon on gas. The vast majority of the state has limited mass transit options. Those that do have to gauge the safety of said transportation, opting often to drive themselves rather than face the criminal aspect. As to Abram’s, hopefully she will not be elected the next governor.

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