Provide Columbia County with effective and efficient traffic control systems and devices that maximize safety, quality, reliability, comfort and understandability, and minimize travel time, inconvenience, and expense for the traveling public and the taxpayers. This will be accomplished in a professional manner by qualified and trained staff who are sensitive to the public's needs.
Bắn cá quay hũThe Traffic Operations Department is responsible for coordinating, organizing, planning, directing staff, and activities including the preparation and administration of operating and capital budgets. We maintain, install/repair all electrical traffic control equipment relating to ITS (Intelligent Traffic System) devices such as cameras, adaptive traffic signals, emergency preemption, dynamic message signs as well as warning flashers, school flashers, and pedestrian flashers. We perform onsite evaluations, accident analysis, traffic signal and multi-way stop warrant studies, roadway and intersection safety recommendations and assist with the drafting of zoning/subdivision regulations. We review commercial and residential property developments and coordinate with developers; design and plan new intersections, roadway improvements and system management controls. We advise and guide County Commissioners on matters pertaining to traffic and roadway safety. We maintain computer records, reports and correspondence as well as coordinating with local utilities, state, city and county officials and outside contractors for state, county and private projects.
Quick Response ProblemsIf you see damaged traffic signs, please call us at 311 or (706) 868-4223.
Non Emergency issues
For any non-emergency issues, please email us with the location, time of incident (if known) and your best contact information.
If you have a street light that is out, please contact Georgia Power at (888) 891-0938 or you can report it .
Process & Procedures
- Speed Hump Program is currently being revised. Please call (706) 868-4223 with any questions.
- Street Light/Safety Lighting
- Street ID, Regulatory, Warning Sign and Pavement Marking Policy
- Street ID Layout
- Columbia County Road Data (File contains a ready to print alphabetical listing of roadways in Columbia County.)
- Criteria and Guidelines for Project Access Improvements on County Roadways
- Columbia County Traffic Control Devices Standard Locations
- Title VI