Mark Turnbull public
[search 0]
Plus

Téléchargez l'application!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
Doug talks about some recent traffic trends after Labor Day and the delay in major I-285 lane closures. Doug then interviews Georgia Farm Bureau Insurance agent Coleman Fisher on what exactly his company insures, how it got its name, and why a local insurer is very beneficial to the customer.
 
Doug interviews SRTA Executive Director Chris Tomlinson about how the Peach Pass will make Airport parking easier and how that system is expanding. Doug also shares a terrible instance about people that blocked an emergency lane and toasts Mark Arum's last day in Triple Team Traffic after over two decades of service.…
 
Smilin' and Doug convene to break down the ramps closing and the big one opening and changing locations in Sandy Springs. GDOT's Natalie Dale joins to discuss the big benchmark in the GA-400/I-285 project. Then Doug and Smilin' discuss any pattern changes for the beginning of back to school season.
 
Turnbull and McKay examine some gnarly crashes they recently flew over and share what they have observed in the recent gas shortage and how people should handle that. McKay also offers his observation of where morning rush hour stands as pandemic restrictions ease and how little President Biden's recent Atlanta visit affected traffic.…
 
Smilin' and Doug recap the Newnan tornado damage and how people can help those survivors. They also compare President Biden's recent Atlanta visit to those in the past and relive the I-85 bridge collapse four years ago and what drivers can learn now. They also talk to Jimmy Deloach Jr. about the loss of his daughter in a distracted driving crash an…
 
State Road and Tollway Authority Executive Director Chris Tomlinson joins Turnbull and McKay again to give a "State of the Express Lanes" address of sorts. They discuss how COVID impacted lane-use, the transition to the new Peach Pass app, the purposes of the lanes for local, freight, and out-of-state travelers. They also compare the I-85 lane syst…
 
Turnbull and McKay are joined by WSB Triple Team Traffic's Ashley Frasca and Alex Williams as they analyze shootings, the five dead on I-285 Monday morning, chases, and pedestrians hit that shut down roads in the last week. They also discuss the fatal shooting investigation on I-85 that morning and what major traffic event it was akin to. On a ligh…
 
Smilin' and Fireball return and open the new year with an update on COVID traffic patterns. They also talk about a big MARTA train outage in Buckhead next month (info: https://www.itsmarta.com/trackreplacement.aspx), a new and easy toll app (info: https://www.gotoll.com ) that just debuted in Georgia, and the songs that make them speed. Margo McKen…
 
Reflecting back on and rebroadcasting the final episode of Captain Herb's annual Christmas Eve Santa call-in show (2013). Santa and Buzzy the Elf also read the classic "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" poem in the last four minutes. Enjoy and Merry Christmas!
 
Smilin' Mark McKay gives the WSB Skycopter play-by-play recall of how Vice President Pence's motorcade took the wrong Spaghetti Junction ramp and the effect on the Friday PM drive. Turnbull and McKay also cover Thanksgiving traffic patterns and tips, holiday charity drives, self-healing cement, and another new GA-400/sb ramp.…
 
Turnbull, McKay, and Ashley Frasca share both theirs and listeners' questions with GDOT's Natalie Dale on the big Transform 285/400 project - why its behind but has increased scope, what motorists should expect by the end of next year, and why some ramps work as they do now. After that, Dale and the Traffic Team also discuss why Georgia road fatali…
 
Turnbull talks to Sandy Springs PD Sergeant Salvador Ortega about their response to a huge I-285 crash, why so many cars wrecked, how WSB Triple Team Traffic helped police find it, and why so many bad crashes are happening lately.
 
Turnbull and McKay reconvene to discuss the challenges of being aware in a very spotty back to school season. They also talk about the extra road work, update how morning and PM drive are going, and share what caused a big flood on I-75 in Cobb. Then they update the new Toys for Tots events coming soon.…
 
Turnbull and McKay convene to discuss the traffic patterns on their respective shifts and new data about traffic volume. They also talk about the recent melon truck crash, summer driving patterns and what back to school may look like, and GDOT's potential solutions in the I-75/I-675 interchange. They also discuss the decrease in traffic-policing.…
 
Smilin' and Fireball huddle in the WSB Skycopter hangar to discuss some recent nasty crashes on the Atlanta roads. They also talk about some traffic spots that have gotten especially bad after Labor Day and how Hurricane Dorian affected Atlanta traffic.
 
Smilin' and Fireball discuss the traffic flow changes this back to school season and how the school bus laws have changed back. They also weigh in on e-scooter safety and potential safety fixes. Smilin' also recalls his getting stuck because of the V.P. Pence motorcade.
 
The WSB Traffic Team and GDOT project managers take a deep dive on the I-285/GA-400 massive construction and where Express Lanes will end up long term. Then Veronica Harrell and Alex Williams join to relive one of the worst crashes they have seen and the craziest traffic shift they have worked.
 
WSB's Jay Black, Doug Turnbull, and Malani Kai interview MARTA CEO Jeffrey Parker about the upcoming Super Bowl 53 pressure on Atlanta's transit system. Parker outlines the extended hours and personnel and how to park to use the rail system. Learn more at MARTASB53.com.
 
Doug "Fireball" Turnbull and Smilin' Mark McKay go long form with GDOT Commissioner Russell McMurry and SRTA/Xpress Executive Director Chris Tomlinson on the ins and the outs of the new I-75/I-575 Northwest Metro Express Lanes, how the Peach Pass works, and where these types of lanes will open down the road in Metro Atlanta.…
 
Carpentier chats with WSB's Doug Turnbull about his new passion to educate teens about distracted driving and why, even with strict laws, it's still an epidemic. He also reflects on his short NASCAR career and how he takes in the sport these days.
 
Triple Team Traffic's Doug "Fireball" Turnbull, Smilin' Mark McKay, and Ashley Frasca, along with Atlanta Journal-Constitution's transportation writer David Wickert and WSB legal analyst Phil Holloway take more questions on the new distracted driving rules in Georgia and how officials will enforce them.…
 
This WSB Radio, Ch. 2 Action News, and AJC roundtable is hosted by WSB Radio & Ch. 2's Mark Arum and Ch. 2's Richard Elliot, featuring Triple Team Traffic's Doug "Fireball" Turnbull and Smilin' Mark McKay and AJC transportation reporter David Wickert. The panel takes audience and social media questions and interviews guests about the July 1st Hands…
 
Turnbull and McKay are back to talk about the awful traffic in the beautiful weather. McKay gives his airborne account of the terrible death on GA-400 Thursday morning, when a tire from a northbound truck came loose and hit a southbound car.
 
WSB's Doug Turnbull interviews Applied Information President Bryan Mulligan about how traffic signals can talk to apps and autonomous cars and how this technology on North Ave. is some of the first in the nation. Mulligan also discusses how his autonomous Tesla interacts with other cars and adjusts for traffic conditions.…
 
A weekend trip to a friend's lake house nearly turned tragic for Jenny Harty and her family in July of 2002. An oncoming car smashed the left side of their minivan and spun them into a ditch. Harty's daughter, Madison, sustained serious injuries. Safety crews said her booster seat saved her life. Harty's mission then became to increase the odds of …
 
Doug "Fireball" Turnbull hosts "The Mark Arum Show" and covers storm cleanup closures and evacuation traffic with Smilin' Mark McKay, the crazy phones in the Traffic Center with Veronica Harrell, and what the Orlando cleanup is like with airborne reporter Eric Brown from News 96.5 WDBO. Plus, how Metro Atlantans are coping with power loss.…
 
Doug "Fireball" Turnbull and Smilin' Mark McKay do "mobile command" from the Wa-Ho parking lot, discussing evacuation traffic for Hurricane Irma and what MARTA CEO Keith Parker's departure means. Parker also does an exclusive interview about why he chose to leave MARTA after five successful years.
 
Loading …

Guide de référence rapide

Google login Twitter login Classic login