Georgia DOT manages several programs that improve our environment and beautify our highways.
Program enlists citizen volunteers to help remove litter from state roadsides.
Program coordinates safety standards with aesthetic and environmental considerations on the state right of way.
A partnership to research littering behavior and litter prevention.
Local businesses can financially sponsor the maintenance of roadways.
This program allows Georgia residents to purchase a Wildflower Auto Tag.
Regulations & Preservation
Georgia DOT works with other state and local agencies to improve air quality in the state.
This program ensures all projects comply with applicable federal and state historic preservation laws and regulations.
National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
This section prepares NEPA/GEPA documentation, coordinating public involvement activities, and managing the overall environmental process.
Storm Water Pollution Prevention
This program prevents excessive stormwater discharges and pollutants from contaminating nearby waterways.