The City of Atlanta is committed to providing safe and convenient transportation options and promoting quality of life.
Atlanta Office of Transportation:
Report a Potential Hazard
: One online form for reporting potential safety hazards in the right-of-way
Driving & Parking
APD's checklist of what to do after you call 9-1-1
Apply for a residential parking permit: The City attempts to ensure adequate on-street parking for residents by permitting on-street parking in some residential neighborhoods
The City's parking regulations help maximize available parking, maintain traffic flow and enhance public safety
Georgia's Hands-Free Law: Georgia Distracted Driver Bill HB 637
Carpooling & Commuters
Resources and incentives to help commuters explore alternatives to driving alone
Kiếm tiền cờ bạc trực tuyếnBicycling & Pedestrian
Log your bike trips to help the City identify the best locations for bicycle infrastructure expansion
Relay Bike Share: Bike share offering an alternative travel mode that is environmentally sound, affordable and promotes good health.
Kiếm tiền cờ bạc trực tuyếnMulti-Use Trails
The Beltline includes six miles of paved bicycle/pedestrian trails with 26 additional trail miles planned
Transit (Bus, Train, Shuttle)
The Atlanta Streetcar is a 2.7 mile loop that provides last mile connectivity from Centennial Olympic Park to the King Historic District in Downtown Atlanta.
Fast, frequent, free shuttle service in Buckhead
onal express bus serving Cobb, Gwinnett, Downtown, Midtown, Buckhead, and Perimeter Circle
Kiếm tiền cờ bạc trực tuyến Bus serving Gwinnett, Downtown, and Midtown