Georgia DOT wants your feedback! Please submit your concerns, suggestions or questions by completing the contact form. Your comments will be reviewed during normal business hours: (Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. EST).
The Georgia Department of Driver Services is responsible for providing licenses to motorists.
Access Driver Services
Employment webpage for information on current Georgia DOT job opportunities.
Maps webpage for city, county and statewide transportation maps.
The Georgia Department of Revenue handles tag registration and renewal.
Georgia DOT provides regional roadside assistance to motorists traveling on our state highway system. View resources below.
Road & Traffic Data
Roadside Assistance (Within Metro Atlanta): HEROs
Roadside Assistance (Outside Metro Atlanta): CHAMP
511ga.org or dial
5-1-1 for the latest travel information in your area. View resources below.
Bikes & Pedestrians
Georgia Commute Options
Georgia Express Lanes
Interstate Exit Numbers
Information on transportation and project work permits. View resources below.
Commercial Trucks (USDOT Number and MC Number)
Driveway & Special Encroachment
Outdoor Advertising (Vegetation Management)
A list of Georgia Express Lanes that have been constructed or planned for Metro Atlanta.
Peach Pass is required to travel on the Express Lanes.
Contractors and consultants interested in bidding on projects or performing work must prequalify with Georgia DOT.
Routine Maintenance Contractors
Contractors interested in obtaining DBE certification can visit the
DBE webpage for more information.
View projects and services funded by transportation programs.
Transportation Funding Act
Transportation Investment Act
Local Maintenance & Improvement Grant (LMIG)
Georgia DOT's Traffic Analysis & Data Application (TADA) provides data collected from the Georgia Traffic Monitoring Program located on public roads.
Access Traffic Counts
Road & Traffic Data webpage for the following information:
This application allows the public to view the Functional Classification (FC) of all public roads in Georgia
Access Functional Classification Application
This application allows users to view resolutions for the Georgia honorarium.
NOTE: In accordance with OCGA §32-4-3, road dedications must be introduced and adopted by the General Assembly and enacted by the Governor’s signature. These dedications are limited to roads and bridges on the state route system. GDOT’s role in the dedication process includes reviewing existing records and confirming via a “conflict status” letter if there are any existing dedications previously enacted by the General Assembly or—prior to 2002—adopted by the State Transportation Board and its predecessors. Upon enactment, GDOT will coordinate with dedication sponsors on executing the enacted dedication resolution(s).
Access Honorarium Locator Application
Please submit your questions about Georgia DOT's road and traffic data to
Georgia DOT has opportunities for businesses interested in bidding on projects and providing services to our agency.
Material Testing & Qualified Products
Public Private Partnership (P3)
Routine Maintenance Contractors
State Supported Funding Program
View upcoming Georgia DOT meetings and outreach materials distributed to the public.
Public Outreach Meetings
Environmental programs managed by Georgia DOT.
Stormwater Pollution (MS4)
Training webpage for a list of training opportunities at Georgia DOT.
Use the following information to search for transportation projects in your area.
Contact information for Georgia DOT offices and districts.
State Transportation Board webpage to view a list of Transportation Board members who represent Georgia's 14 congressional districts.
Are you or someone you know being sold for sex or made/forced to work for little or no pay and cannot leave? Visit the Georgia Bureau of Investigation's
Human Trafficking Section for more information.
If you encounter a malfunctioning traffic signal, please call
5-1-1 to report an issue. You can also visit
Contractors and vendors doing business with the Georgia DOT can download the official GDOT logo .
Contact information for local government (cities & counties).
Please report stormwater pollution impacting your area by completing our comment form.
Companies interested in submitting an employment verification request to the Georgia DOT can contact Human Resources by phone (404) 631-1518 or email.
To submit a request please complete the
Georgia DOT Open Records Request Form. For more information please contact Legal Services at (404) 631-1471.