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Georgia DOT provides the latest traffic, road and performance information about our transportation system.


Georgia 2013 Highway Fatalities Down For 8th Consecutive Year

2013 Fatalities
The 2013 total is 13 less than in 2012 and 562 fewer than 2005’s record of 1,748.

The number of fatalities on Georgia highways fell again in 2013, the eighth straight year traffic crash deaths in the state have declined. The Georgia DOT and the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) announced there were 1,186 persons killed as a result of crashes on state roads last year. In Georgia, notable reductions were recorded last year in fatalities among motorcyclists (down 21 to a total of 110) and also those on local streets and roads (a decline from 557 in 2012 to 523).


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Crash Data

This section allows the public to request crash data reports, view Crash Analysis Statistics & Information (CASI) and access the Fatality Analysis Reporting System. 

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Road Data

This section provides data on Roadway Mileage & Characteristics Reports (400 Series Reports), Local Road and Street Finance forms and Road Honorarium Locator.

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Traffic Data

This section provides  Automated Traffic Recorder (ATR) traffic data reports, data on Georgia's Traffic Monitoring Program and access to the Traffic Polling  & Analysis System (TPAS). 

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