Maintain safe and accessible roadways for residents and visitors to enhance the traveling experience in the City of Atlanta.
We will make Atlanta a vibrant place to live, work, and visit through an integrated system of traffic engineering, street operations, traffic signals, street lights, street signs, street maintenance, on-street parking management and capital/infrastructure improvement projects.
Street light maintenance & repair, street resurfacing, and the LMIG Program information
For questions regarding collections, please contact the Customer Service Call Center, Monday - Friday, 7:00 am - 8:00 pm, by dialing 311(Metro Atlanta area only) or 404.546.0311.
Transportation improvements planned and or underway in the City of Atlanta, such as new roads, bridges, street resurfacing and sidewalks are among the various capital improvements under the direction of the Office of Transportation.
The Renew Atlanta infrastructure bond program was developed through years of research and more than 100 public meetings with extensive community input. The program will fix roads and bridges, build more than 30 miles of complete streets projects and bicycle lanes, and will synchronize Atlanta’s traffic signals for the first time.
The Public Parking Management Program in association with ATL Plus is responsible for the installation, maintenance, and revenue collection of parking meters as well as enforcement of on-street parking throughout the City of Atlanta. For more information regarding the issuance of parking citations please call toll free to 404.201.5396
The City of Atlanta offers a permit parking program for certain residential areas within the City. For information please call 404.330.6501.
Nelson Street Bridge Closure
Nelson Street Bridge Closure - Effective immediately, the Nelson Street Bridge is closed for pedestrian use. The Nelson Street Bridge will not reopen due to extensive deterioration of major bridge components associated with the age of the structure. Public safety is of paramount importance, and the City of Atlanta is working diligently to announce plans for a replacement bridge, which will be funded through the Renew Atlanta bond program.
City of Atlanta
Office of Transportation