Statewide Strategic Transportation Plan (SSTP)
Final Statewide Strategic Transportation Plan
Approved by Governor and State Transportation Board
Governor Sonny Perdue officially approved the Statewide Strategic Transportation Plan (SSTP) on June 2, 2010. The State Transportation Board voted to adopt the SSTP at its monthly meeting on June 17, 2010. Senate Bill 200, officially OCGA 32-2-41.1, required the Georgia Department of Transportation’s Director of Planning to prepare a final Statewide Strategic Transportation Plan (SSTP).
The SSTP is a comprehensive document examining a wide variety of transportation options and solutions for Georgia and its citizens. The final SSTP document evaluates the return on investment from funding any available transportation method. The end result shows that although there is not one clear best transportation mode, a strategic level of investment in many types of initiatives will provide Georgians with the optimum benefits and results for the future. The SSTP was developed in accordance with each of the investment policies required under Senate Bill 200, as passed during the 2009 legislative session.
Kelly Gwin, Project Manager
Georgia Department of Transportation
600 West Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30308
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Senate Bill 200 Required Reports
SB200, as passed during the 2009 Georgia Legislative session, requires that the Director of Planning and others at the Georgia Department of Transportation produce a variety of reports in order to keep the Governor, members of the General Assembly, the State Transportation Board members, and the public informed of the status of Georgia’s transportation network and projects to improve and expand that network. Below are links to the current versions of these reports:
SB 200 Progress Reports Cover Letter 2/26/12
Public Private Partnerships (P3)
Per SB 200, the department shall create and maintain on its website a detailed status report on each project under planning or construction. For project information, please visit GEOTRAQS or TransPi.