Georgia DOT provides the latest traffic counts and road and traffic reports on our transportation system.
TADA provides data collected from the Georgia Traffic Monitoring Program located on public roads. The application uses a dynamic mapping interface to allow the user to access data from the map and in a variety of report, graph, and data export formats.
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This guide provides an overview of the latest transportation data for the state of Georgia as of December 31, 2022.
Download road inventory data in different formats for more than 125,000 centerline miles of public roads in Georgia. OTD utilizes remote sensing, Local Road Activity (LRA) reports, construction design plans, and data mining to collect road data. The road inventory data includes state routes, county roads, and city streets.
This spreadsheet allows users to view information about Georgia's cemeteries.
NOTE: Georgia DOT makes no representation or warranties, implied or expressed, concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability, or suitability for any particular purpose of the information contained in this spreadsheet. The spreadsheet represents the best available spatial data. For some cemeteries that are included in the spreadsheet, the location of the cemetery could not be determined at this time.
If you plan to visit a cemetery that is located on private property, you must get permission from the landowner. If you plan to visit a cemetery that is located within the boundaries of the Fort Benning, Fort Gordon, or Fort Stewart Military Reservations, you must get permission from that military reservation.
This document was developed by the GDOT Office of Environmental Services to assist people in identifying and evaluating burial grounds for the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).
To view information about GDOT’s Georgia Statewide Cemetery Context Project, visit the
Cultural Resources Projects webpage.
This application allows the public to view the
Functional Classification (FC) of all public roads in Georgia. If assistance is needed click the help tool in the top right corner of the application or view the
Honorarium is the process to acknowledge individuals or groups from Georgia by the Georgia General Assembly for their contributions to the state. The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) Honorarium Program is currently maintained by the Office of Transportation Data (OTD). Honorariums can be named for
Scenic Byways, Trails/Walkways, Interstates, Interchange, an Intersection, a bridge, and an overpass, if available on the primary state route systems of interest. Per OCGA §32-4-3, dedications are limited to the state route system. Therefore,
local (county and city) roads and bridges are not eligible for dedication.
The process requires a “conflict status check” on information provided by the GDOT Legislative Liaison regarding request(s) from members of the Georgia Legislature. Conflict status here refers to whether the area of interest has already been named or is available for naming. Based on the available data on OTD's database, OTD confirms the accuracy and availability of the honorarium naming request. Results of OTD’s research regarding conflict or no conflict status are submitted to the GDOT Legislative Liaison who sends an official GDOT letter to the requesting legislator.
If you would like to submit an Honorarium request for the
2023-2024 biennium, please complete the form below.
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This application allows users to view resolutions for the Georgia honorarium.
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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).
The 400 Series Reports are produced every year and are available as PDF files. These reports depict mileage and Daily Vehicle Miles Traveled (DVMT) in several categories for each county in Georgia and for the state. These reports provide a useful way to tabulate roadway mileage for further reporting and analysis.
The files below represent the most current data available. All data and products are provided “as is” and represent the highest quality of information available in the Department at the date of issue. Every effort is made to provide accurate and reliable information, but it is still possible that errors exist. Please review the metadata for each file that you download.