The Georgia Bureau of Transportation said Friday that November traffic fell to a record low.
Traffic estimates released Thursday showed traffic in the state fell by $1.1 billion compared to the same month last year, when the snowstorm knocked out power and knocked out many streetlights.
State highway officials had forecast $1 billion in traffic for the month of November.
The estimated cost of the snowfall was estimated at $100 million.
The snowfall, which knocked out several highways, was blamed for causing significant delays and cost motorists thousands of dollars in parking and tolls.