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
Report a potential hazard in the street or sidewalk: One online form for reporting potential safety hazards in the right-of-way
Driving & Parking
How to obtain a copy of a report after a car accident: 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
View on-street parking rules & regulations: 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
Georgia Commute Options: Resources and incentives to help commuters explore alternatives to driving alone
Bicycling & Pedestrian
Download the Cycle Atlanta app: 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.
Atlanta Beltline Trails: The Beltline includes six miles of paved bicycle/pedestrian trails with 26 additional trail miles planned
Transit (Bus, Train, Shuttle)
Atlanta Streetcar: 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.
Bus Shuttle: Fast, frequent, free shuttle service in Buckhead
onal express bus serving Cobb, Gwinnett, Downtown, Midtown, Buckhead, and Perimeter Circle
Gwinnett County Transit: Bus serving Gwinnett, Downtown, and Midtown