In addition to toll projects, SRTA is charged with leading the pursuit of new business development to add value to the residents of the State of Georgia. SRTA works with our state and local partners to research, plan, and design new transportation projects that may be financed through toll revenues. SRTA supports innovative financing techniques so that transportation projects can be built quicker than under a more traditional model of project development. Read to learn more about our partners and their programs.

Atlanta-Region Transit Link Authority (ATL)

Officially we’re the Atlanta-Region Transit Link Authority, but you’ll know us as the ATL. From Cherokee to Coweta, our goal is to better connect transit options across the 13-county region of Atlanta. With the support of our partners, we’ll get metro Atlanta where it needs to go.


Xpress, operated by the Atlanta-Region Transit Link Authority (ATL), gives commuters throughout the metro Atlanta region a valuable transportation option and also improves the capacity of Georgia’s most congested highways. Our 27 routes in 12 metro Atlanta counties carry more than 1.8 million passenger trips annually, providing workers with reliable, stress-free commutes to and from major employment centers in Downtown, Midtown, and Perimeter Center.

Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT)

The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) plans, designs, constructs, maintains and improves the state’s roads and bridges, and interstate highways, including express lanes projects in Georgia; and provides planning and financial support for other modes of transportation including rail, transit, general aviation, and bicycle and pedestrian programs. The department is also involved in waterways, including the Savannah and Brunswick ports and intracoastal waterway.
Georgia is implementing express lanes to help manage traffic in some of the most congested regions of the state. These lanes provide a choice for drivers to bypass congestion when desired, offer a clear path for transit operators and add an alternative to the roads that exist today.

The Office of Express Lanes (OEL) is responsible for the delivery of planned express lanes project utilizing the private revenue P3 delivery model. The office oversees the preconstruction, procurement and construction phases of the delivery process for the planned express lanes.


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Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS)

The Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) is responsible for the issuance of driver’s licenses and state identification cards, conducting over 3.7 million annual transactions for the nation’s eighth largest state across 67 field offices. Additionally, DDS runs the state’s motorcycle safety program (training over 9,000 motorcyclists annually), investigates fraud through its internal law enforcement division, answers 1.5 million citizen phone calls, and maintains driving records on all drivers licensed in Georgia and non-residents who are convicted of traffic violations in Georgia courts. We are committed to our mission “To provide secure identity credentials to our customers, with excellence and respect”.


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