ATLANTA (AP) -- Georgia transportation officials say they're trying to communicate with the public more online.
The Georgia Department of Transportation says it has added a "projects" section to its website that will give the public descriptions and the current status of its projects throughout the state. The projects section can be accessed by clicking the yellow hardhat icon on the left side of the page.
GDOT has also added a "quick fix" section to the website to allow the public to let the agency know about roadway or traffic problems and to offer suggestions on how to fix them.
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