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      Georgia Department of Transportation
      One Georgia Center
      600 West Peachtree NW Atlanta, GA 30308 | View Map
      (404) 631-1990 Main | 711 TTY Help Desk
      (404) 631-1844 Fax 
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      NOTE:  Documents containing personal or employment related information should be faxed directly to the Human Resources Office at (404) 631-1950.


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      Vision

      Boost Georgia’s competitiveness via leadership in transportation

      Mission

      Deliver a transportation system focused on innovation, safety, sustainability and mobility

      Core Values

      F lexible
      O pen
      C ommitted
      U nified
      S uccessful

      Goals

      Streamline Processes

      and Improve Access to opportunities for small businesses

      Utilize Performance-based Management, Innovation, & P3

      to deliver GDOT’s mission responsibly and more efficiently

      Provide Multimodal Transportation Development

      & infrastructure innovation throughout Georgia

      Put Georgians’ Safety First

      through innovation & technology


      Georgia DOT Commissioner​​​​​​

      Commissioner: Russell R. McMurry, P.E.

      Under the leadership of Commissioner Russell McMurry, P.E., Georgia Department of Transportation plans, designs, constructs, maintains and improves the state's roads and bridges, and interstate highways; and provides planning and financial support for other modes of transportation including rail, transit, general aviation, and bicycle and pedestrian programs. The department is also involved in waterways, including the Savannah and Brunswick ports and intracoastal waterway.

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      Under the leadership of Commissioner Russell McMurry, P.E., Georgia Department of Transportation (Georgia DOT) plans, constructs, maintains and improves the state's roads and bridges, and interstate highways; and provides planning and financial support for other modes of transportation including rail, transit, general aviation, and bicycle and pedestrian programs. The department is also involved in waterways, including the Savannah and Brunswick ports and intracoastal waterway.


      NOTE:  Documents containing personal or employment related information should be faxed directly to the Human Resources Office at (404) 631-1950.

      Vision

      Boost Georgia’s competitiveness via leadership in transportation

      Mission

      Deliver a transportation system focused on innovation, safety, sustainability and mobility

      Values

      Flexible
      Open
      Committed
      Unified
      Successful

      Goals

      1. Recruit, train and retain a quality workforce
      2. Invest in safety for Georgians and GDOT employees
      3. Efficiently take care of what we have
      4. Deliver all projects on time and on budget
      5. Invest to improve reliability, congestion, and connectivity

       


      Vision

      Mission

      Values

      Enhancing Georgia's Competitiveness Through Leadership in Transportation
      Georgia DOT provides a safe, connected, and environmentally sensitive transportation system that enhances Georgia's economic competitiveness by working efficiently and communicating effectively to create strong partnerships
      Flexible
      Open
      Committed
      Unified
      Successful ​

      2015 Investment Report

      Investment Report

      2016 Reference Guide

      Georgia DOT Reference Guide

      2016 Strategic Plan

      Stategic Plan

      Fact Book

      Fact Book

       

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      The State Highway Department was created on August 16, 1916 by an act of the Legislature. The Department of Transportation (Georgia DOT) was created in 1972 by former Governor Jimmy Carter.

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