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.

Fulton County Transit Master Plan: First Public Meeting
Thursday, June 29, 2017, 5:00 PM
Roswell City Hall (Room 220)

Fulton County is leading the effort to develop a new Transit Master plan which will include a review of each City’s community and economic development strategies, analysis of existing transit services and needs, and development of a financial model to determine the potential for expanded transit services within Fulton County.  The City of Roswell will host the first meeting on June 29th to gather input from citizens and property owners. This is an opportunity for the community to affirm their community vision and the potential role of transit in helping realize that vision.  For more information, please contact Roswell Department of Transportation at 770-594-6420.

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!


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