Georgia Commute Options
Georgia Department of Transportation is making every effort to keep traffic moving smoothly in our state, but delays are inevitable. You can manage your commute and reduce the number of vehicles on our roadways by exploring alternatives to driving during peak traffic hours.
There is no better time to try commute options that will make getting to and from work easier. Commute Option Programs encourage all forms of transportation alternatives including carpool, vanpool, telework, transit, flex schedule, and more. Click on the links below to learn more about the various Commute Option Programs and get real time traveler information updates.
The Clean Air Campaign
Works diligently with public and private organizations throughout the state to promote the use of commute alternatives.
RideSmart is a rideshare database that matches commuters with potential carpool partners and to vanpools that have open seats.
Guaranteed Ride Home
Provides a free, emergency ride home to commuters who are committed to using alternative transportation.
Park & Ride Lots
Serve as convenient pick-up points for your carpool, vanpool, or bus.
The Georgia Department of Transportation Intelligent Transportation System (ITS), also known as the NAVIGATOR, provides information to the public on current conditions, estimated travel times, incidents and more.
Commute Option Reports
Commute options is a general term for strategies that result in more efficient use of transportation resources. These commute option reports provide comprehensive methods and data collection tools for evaluating mobile source emission reduction attributed to the implementation of commute option programs. These reports offer detailed information on research and measurement projects, program measurements, mode shift/mode split, incentive benefits, carpool/vanpool/rideshare, and more. For an in-depth look at the commute option reports, click here.