DeKalb County 2014 Transportation Plan. Progress Through Unity
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The DeKalb County Transportation Plan will identify goals, needs, and priorities for the transportation system.

Draft Recommendations Report Now Available!

The public is invited to review the draft Comprehensive Transportation Plan and to submit comments during the 30 day comment period which ends on May 9, 2014. All comments should be submitted in writing to or by postal mail to the following address:

DeKalb County Transportation Plan
c/o Sycamore Consulting, Inc.
195 Arizona Avenue, Unit LW-4
Atlanta, GA 30307

Access the document by clicking here.

New to the Process?

The DeKalb County Transportation Plan needs involvement from people like you! There are plenty of opportunities for input. Learn more about the project by checking out our About Page. There you will find videos and narratives describing the process.

Community Voices

Throughout the past year, many DeKalb County citizens have been involved in identifying the challenges of mobility in the county and the region. With the strong support and involvement of the public, a strong vision for the future of transportation in DeKalb County is in reach. Highlighted below are some of the passionate residents we met along the way:


What's Next?

After the 30 day comment period has expired, the project team will incorporate comments that were received and bring a revised version of the Recommendations Report to the County Commission for consideration for adoption.

Project Vision and Goals

Based on input from public feedback and the two stakeholder committees, the Project Vision and Goals have been finalized. The overall Vision Statement reads as follows:

      The DeKalb County Transportation Plan is intended to:

        • improve mobility for all people
        • enhance quality of life
        • facilitate economic vitality
        • focus on implementation

Check out the list of goals that go along with the Vision Statement here.

Please give us your thoughts by writing to us at:






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