The Mission of the Fulton County Transportation Division is to serve the public by providing a transportation system and services that emphasize safety, quality, cost effectiveness, economic vitality and sensitivity to the environment.
The Transportation Division of Public Works is responsible for overseeing and maintaining the County‚Äôs infrastructure. It provides a variety of services to the citizens of unincorporated south Fulton County, internal operating departments, and governmental agencies. A Transportation Report is published quarterly.
This division maintains 556 miles of paved roads, 27 miles of unpaved roads, and 48 bridges. These include 33 detention ponds, 72 signalized intersections, 20 school zone flashing lights, and 12 flashing caution lights.
The Planning Section is responsible for the Transportation Planning and Capital Improvement Program, both short and long-range in Fulton County, oversight of the Five Year Roadway Improvement Program, and implementation of federally and locally funded projects with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) and Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC).
Fulton County Traffic Calming Policy
TIP amendment #10 adopted by ARC in August.
All six cities in north Fulton unanimously adopted the recommendations of the North Fulton Comprehensive Transportation Plan last month. The recommendations report, Transportation Resource Implementation Program (TRIP), is available on the project website for download: www.atlantaregional.com/nfctp.
TRAFFIC OPERATIONS SECTION
Traffic Control Devices (signal lights)
Traffic Control Signage (street signs)
Traffic Engineering Studies
CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE SECTION
- Bridge Maintenance
- Drainage Maintenance & Stormwater Control
- Emergency Operations
- Pavement Preservation
- Right Of Way Maintenance
- Road Closures and Privatization
- Roadway Shoulder Maintenance
- Sidewalk Installation & Maintenance
- Unpaved/Gravel Roads Maintenance
- Utility Permitting
- Street Lighting Installation
- Vegetation Control
Report a Roadway Problem!
Tell us about any unsafe conditions relating to roadways*, including potholes, burned out traffic lights, or dead animals in the right-of-way.
Roadway and Stormwater Issues: (404) 613-3113
After Hours: (770) 306-3105
Street Signage and Traffic Signals (404) 612-4223
*Public Works Transportaton Division only provides services to unincorporated south Fulton County.