Notorious congestion hub Atlanta has been named as Waymo’s next testing ground for its fleet of self-driving minivans.

The announcement came Monday via Twitter as Waymo declared Atlanta as its next stop, making it the brand’s 25th test city.

“With our talented workforce and legacy of innovation, Georgia is at the forefront of the most dynamic, cutting-edge industries like autonomous vehicles,” said Georgia Governor Nathan Deal, in an emailed statement. “We are thrilled to welcome Waymo to our state because fully self-driving vehicle technology holds tremendous potential to improve road safety, and we are proud Georgia is paving the way for the future of transportation.”

To prepare for its Atlanta debut, the company has been mapping the city using a fleet of 600 LiDar equipped minivans to capture images and data.

According to the Inrix Traffic Scorecard, an organization that analyzes traffic congestion in more than 1,000 cities across the world, Atlanta is the fourth most congested metropolitan area in the country, trailing only Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco. This distinction is very likely to have played a major factor in its selection.

So far, the former Google Self-Driving Project has tested its self-driving car capabilities across 24 cities to prove its mettle using a variety of terrain and navigational challenges, originating in the Phoenix suburbs.

In late Nov. 2017, Waymo also celebrated a four million self-driven mile milestone, along with more than 20,000 completed testing scenarios using 2.5-billion-miles worth of simulated environments and private test tracks.

In time, the brand’s goal is to complete an Arizona-based Early Rider program with select participants and introduce a new ride-hailing service using a mobile app.

No word yet on exactly when Atlanta’s test vehicles will be deployed.