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Bicycle & Pedestrian Programs

The Georgia DOT’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Program incorporates a broad range of programs and initiatives throughout the state, offering technical assistance, engineering and planning guidance, public information, and educational materials and programs for cyclists, walkers, and visitors in Georgia.

 

 

 Plans & Maps

 

Maps

Plans

Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety Action Plan 

Georgia DOT leads the effort in implementing the state’s bicycle and pedestrian safety action plan, which is coordinated with the Governor’s Strategic Highway Safety Plan. The plan identifies high crash locations and common crash types. It also lays out infrastructure and non-infrastructure recommendations to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety in Georgia.

Bicycle/Pedestrian Regional Plans & Maps

 

 Georgia Bike Sense

 

Georgia Bike Sense

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Georgia Bike Sense was updated in 2010. The guide is intended to teach cyclists and motorists how to safely and legally share the road. It provides guidance on technique, rules of the road, trail etiquette, safety and also contains a listing of local, state and national bicycle resources.

Chapters

Order Guide

Submit your request to bikeped@dot.ga.gov or call  (404) 635-2824.

 

 Laws

 
 

 Resources

 

Policies & Manuals

AASHTO

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

 

Funding Sources

Trails & Events

Organizations

 

 

Contact Information

For more information about the Bicycle and Pedestrian Program, please contact:

Georgia Department of Transportation
State Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator 
935 East Confederate Avenue - Building 24, Floor 2
Atlanta, GA 30316
bikeped@dot.ga.gov
(404) 635-2834