The Department of Transportation Keeps Roswell Moving!
The Roswell DOT oversees all facets of traffic and transportation in the City of Roswell. This includes planning, design, engineering, implementation, and maintenance of projects to improve safety, connectivity, and mobility within the City. Transportation also maintains the signs, signals, and pavement markings, performs road resurfacing, sidewalk connectivity, bridge maintenance, and general repair of the existing infrastructure.
Do you have a transportation issue we need to address? Email your issue to us.
Cone Zone - Review information about construction, road closures, and other transportation issues that could impact getting around our City.
Use the Roswell DOT Interactive Map to review information on selected projects in the City. Download a project-specific fact sheet to learn more about each project.
Residential Traffic Control Enhancements - Learn how the City can help your subdivision or neighborhood implement certain Traffic Control Devices to slow drivers and calm traffic.
Traffic Calming Program - Review the steps required to implement traffic calming measures in your community.
Transportation 101 - Learn more about what the Roswell DOT does for you!
I have a question that isn't answered here. Who can I contact to get it answered?If you have a question not listed here or not answered to your satisfaction, call the Roswell Department of Transportation at 770-594-6420 or email us.
What are those cables you see stretched across the roadway?They are actually tubes that you see in the roadway, or across specific lanes, to collect traffic volume and speed data. Although much of the traffic data is collected through other means, it is sometimes necessary to have tubes put on a street for an engineering study or to update the traffic count maps. Typically, tubes are put out for a week or so and are removed once the data has been collected.
Will my road be widened in the future?Any proposed road widening projects will be included in the Transportation Master Plan and/or the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Transportation Improvement Program (short-range) or the Regional Transportation Plan (long-range). To review City projects included in the ARC's documents, visit www.atlantaregional.com.