Today’s feature photo contains a view looking north to the center of Atlanta, Georgia that includes rush hour traffic on I-75, which is known as the Downtown Connector. The majority of the vehicles in this circa 1967 image are made by domestic auto automakers, and only about half a dozen imported cars are visible on the highway.
View a second circa 1967 picture shot in the same area and learn more about Atlanta’s traffic problems in an earlier post. Excuse the eerie picture quality, the original was taken in the shadowed area of the foreground while the background was sunlit; it has been photoshopped to show the vehicles in better detail.
Share with us what you find of interest in this image, or any other information about traffic on the Downtown Connector. The press photograph is via the Georgia State University Library.