Statewide Truck Lanes Needs Identification Study
The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) has explored the feasibility of implementing Truck Only Lanes on sections of interstate and other limited-access highways across the state.
Needs Identification Study
The Statewide Truck Lanes Needs Identification Study identified specific locations where Truck Only Lanes can be used to decrease congestion and improve safety for all types of traffic.
Final documentation is currently available. Two rounds of public meetings have been held to present information and discuss Study findings. Input from business, government, planning organizations, the trucking/freight industry and the public have helped to shape the study's recommendations.
Georgia DOT encourages the public to participate in and track the progress of our Statewide Truck Lanes Needs Identification Study; review materials from public meetings held in May 2007 (Round 1) and October 2007 (Round 2); read meeting minutes and other background materials.
For more information on the Statewide Truck Lanes Needs Identification Study, contact:
Thomas McQueen, AICP
Georgia Department of Transportation - Office of Planning
One Georgia Center
600 West Peachtree St NW, Suite 500
Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 631-1785 | (404) 631-1804 Fax