Learn more about other community and transportation focused organizations in Metro Atlanta and Gwinnett.
AMERICANS FOR TRANSPORTATION MOBILITY: A coalition of organizations sponsored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce championing federal transportation improvements. The website's focus is "Let's get America Moving Again!" and provides easy ways to get involved and take action including a simple way to contact your U.S. Representatives online.
ATLANTA REGIONAL COMMISSION: Atlanta Regional information including population and economic data, key regional issues, and services including job training, aging, and community resources. This site contains the Regional Transportation Plan, as well as related reports and articles.
CLEAN AIR CAMPAIGN: The Clean Air Campaign is a coalition of state agencies, businesses, organizations and individuals who have united to educate people about ground-level ozone and smog, and to encourage changes that we each can make in our daily lives that will reduce air pollution. "The overall mission of the Clean Air Campaign is to enable individuals, state and local governments and industry, initially in the metro Atlanta region, to understand and take personal and organizational responsibility for improving air quality by changing their behaviors." - The Clean Air Campaign Check this website for the daily Air Quality Index, recent press releases, health information, and what you can do to improve air quality in the metro-Atlanta region.
COUNCIL FOR QUALITY GROWTH: The Council for Quality Growth was formed in 1985 to promote the continued, balanced and responsible growth of Gwinnett County.
GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION: Georgia Department of Transportation's web site. Go here to find out more about GDOT, HOV lanes, Traffic Information, Employment Opportunities, and Announcements. Other valuable information on this site includes the new exit numbers, Construction Information and a phone directory.
GEORGIA 511: Georgia 511 is a free phone service offered by the Georgia Department of Transportation that provides real-time traffic and travel information 24 hours a day, seven days a week to those traveling within the state of Georgia. The service covers all state routes and interstates and gives trip times, statewide traffic updates and information on construction projects and lane closures. Georgia 511 also connects to accident reporting roadside assistance, transit, airports, tourism information and 511 systems in neighboring states.
GRTA: Georgia Regional Transportation Authority. Go here to find the latest news about what GRTA is doing and past meeting notes, for information on different ways of getting around Atlanta, for information about the OZONE, or to volunteer.
GWINNETT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: As one of the largest and most successful chambers in the southeast, the Gwinnett Chamber's membership spans metro Atlanta, from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to the University of Georgia in Athens. Whether you’re a business person, resident, or community leader, they’re in business for you.
GWINNETT COUNTY GOVERNMENT: Everything you want to know about Gwinnett County Government.
GWINNETT COUNTY TRANSIT: Routes, schedules, and other information about the Gwinnett County Transit bus service.
GWINNETT 2030 UNIFIED PLAN: The Gwinnett County 2030 Unified Plan is the central document and integrates two traditionally separate plans: the Comprehensive Plan and the Consolidated Plan. Typically the Comprehensive Plan, required by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs, focuses on land use and development issues while the Consolidated Plan, required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, addresses community development, housing, and homeless needs. Both of these plans rely on the same basic data and both establish long-range policy direction for the County. To find out more information and follow progress on the Gwinnett 2030 Unified Plan, visit www.gwinnettunifiedplan.com
MARTA: Metro Atlanta Rapid Transit's main page for scheduling, routing and getting information on how to access Atlanta's "hot spots" using MARTA.
QUALITY OF LIFE UNIT: This unit partners with other government and community organizations to help fix small problems before they become bigger by enforcing existing codes, ordinances, and laws. The unit focuses on specific neighborhoods with elevated crime statistics. Officers primarily enforce existing ordinances related to litter, trash, dumping, junk cars, parking, signs, graffiti, maintenance, storage, zoning, and occupancy.
PEACHPASS/State Road and Tollway Authority: The I-85 Express Lanes project is designed to provide motorists with the choice of a congestion free lane and provide increased transit options. Construction has begun to convert the existing High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes to High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes. The construction zone includes approximately 16 miles of I-85 from Chamblee Tucker Road, just south of I-285, to Old Peachtree Road in Gwinnett County.