Anyone who travels DeKalb Avenue or Memorial Drive regularly knows that you have to pay particularly close attention because of the reversible lanes and the drivers who aren't as mindful.
East Atlanta Patch reader Will Edmond tweeted this picture of the three-car wreck at Memorial Drive and 2nd Avenue in East Lake, which occurred shortly after 1 p.m. Oct. 18.
"Suicide lanes on Memorial Drive" is what Edmond told us.
(The initial report wasn't immediately available but an Atlanta Police Department spokesman said the initial callers to 911 said none of the involved were injured.)
We've heard from many readers about the reversible lanes and how much of a nightmare they can be.
But as heavily trafficked as Memorial and DeKalb are, aren't these lanes necessary to keep the congestion in check?
What's the alternative solution?