Fund the Atlanta Department of Transportation (ATLDOT) at $75 million in the coming fiscal year, to ensure the agency can deliver on its promised infrastructure projects, make streets safer for all Atlantans and to eliminate traffic fatalities, fully leverage historic federal funding, as well as maintain and expand the City's pedestrian and biking infrastructure.
You can help by sharing why this issue matters to you and what mobility improvements you want for your community.
- Plan to arrive a few minutes early to sign up for public comment on the computer.
- You'll have 3 minutes to speak.
- Always start out by introducing yourself and sharing what council district you live in.
- Some of our talking points for expanding the ATLDOT budget are as follows:
- To make our streets safer and reduce pedestrian fatalities, we need to invest in Vision Zero and take action to eliminate traffic deaths.
- The Atlanta Department of Transportation needs adequate funding to make necessary repairs and implement traffic calming measures to improve safety for all road users.
- Hiring more project managers for ATLDOT is essential to keep projects on track, reduce delays, and ensure that transportation initiatives are efficiently and effectively managed.
- To keep our bike lanes clean and safe for cyclists, we need to invest in sweepers that fit into protected bike lanes, as the city doesn't currently own one.
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