It's a reverse commute so rush hour won't have too much impact. Whatever Google maps says is probably accurate.
Probably a half hour or so.
This is a travel board.
There can be an accident at any time in any direction on 400...
but JAtlanta is right. The reverse commute should be an easy one. Plus, depending on your starting and end points, MARTA may be an option too.
Seriously, Lee, your second post on TA? We don't mind helping with the occasional unrelated question. If you don't want to help you don't have to.
That's what I was thinking - what happened to that "Southern Hospitality" :) Thanks for your feedback...much appreciated.
easy ride-- may be a little traffic near the first few exits-If your getting off at Holcom Bridge Rd, therell be more traffic, and lights on that than 400
As companies have moved north, traffic has gotten progressively harder, but it's not as bad as going into and out of town. Which exit? Windward Pkwy (exit 11) is technology corridor and backs up onto 400, but there are alternate ways to get where you need to go
Editing because I misread your profile!Edited: 31 January 2014, 15:14
It probably going to take from 30-60 mins. Depends what exit and where in each community you will be. 400 is notorious for crazy traffic. Technically you are going against traffic but that's just a theory :) Anything past exit 11on 400 adds a lot more time since 400 changes to 2 lanes. Buckhead has its own traffic nightmares. Atlanta is a great place to live