GDOT is committed to safety for everyone who uses Georgia roads, including motorists and their passengers, GDOT workers, and pedestrians. Follow the links listed below to see how GDOT is working to improve safety.
Railroad Crossing Safety
Office of Utilities administers the Federally Funded Railroad Grade Crossing Safety Program by identifying and funding safety enhancement projects at the public highway-rail grade crossings in Georgia.
Red Light Enforcement
Red light running systems are designed to improve safety and promote compliance at signalized intersections.
Highway Emergency Response Operator (HERO)
HEROs are dispatched to traffic-related incidents with the primary duty to clear roads so that normal traffic flow is restored.
The Time Taskforce mission is to develop and sustain a region-wide incident management program to facilitate the safest and fastest roadway clearance, lessening the impact on emergency responders and the motoring public.
Work Zone Safety
The Work Zone Safety campaign is designed to educate highway construction and maintenance workers, contractors and the motoring public about the dangerous conditions in work zones.
An overview of Georgia's safety plans which document the state's efforts to reduce highway crashes, injuries and fatalities