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.
U.S. Bicycle Route 21 (USBR 21), is Georgia’s first USBR designation. The route terminates in downtown Atlanta at the Five Points MARTA Train Station, leaves Atlanta on Peachtree Street, and then connects to the Silver Comet Trail. USBR 21 deviates north from the Silver Comet Trail in the city of Cedartown. The route is then mainly on two-lane country roads to bring bicyclists through northwest Georgia to Chattanooga.
USBR 21 Map
This guide contains guidelines and best practices for the design of streets and roadways that support safe multimodal travel.
Georgia law requires drivers to
stop and stay stopped for pedestrians in crosswalks on the driver’s side of the road or within one lane of the driver’s side of the road.
Never pass a car stopped at a crosswalk.
Georgia law requires drivers to pass people biking in the street by
at least 3 feet. Drivers
should slow down and wait until it’s safe to pass with at least 3 feet. Also, It is less safe and illegal for bicyclists to ride on sidewalks.
State Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator 935 United Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316(404) 635-2824