Traffic on Roswell Road seem slower than ever? It’s not, a new traffic study says. In fact, the study by GeoStats, which was reported to Sandy Springs City Council Jan. 19, found travel times were reduced in 2009 over 2008 for cars headed both north and south on Roswell Road. Drivers saved $1,398,731 in reduced gas use and time savings, according to the study. Mayor Eva Galambos said people think traffic on Roswell Road is worse than it really is. “We need to eliminate this erroneous perception that all Roswell Road is clogged when it’s not,” Galambos said.