GDOT- The Georgia Department of Transportation is responsible not only for highway maintenance and safety but for all forms of transportation in the state. GDOT strives to, "maintain and improve mobility by providing a safe, seamless, intermodal, environmentally-sensitive transportation system".
Traffic Data- Traffic monitoring can be a powerful tool for both GDOT and state and local police. In addition to yearly usage totals GDOT maintains a live traffic map. This real-time map allows commuters to check their route before they head out. Doing so not only saves times, it can prevent further accidents along already congested roads. In addition to the traffic map you can view live camera shots from many locations along I-75. Interstate areas with active cameras include I-75 at Hudson Bridge, I-675 and Courtland St.
Crash Data- Looking at statewide crash data can help inform police and the public as to the auto accident trends in Georgia. GDOT uses the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) to collect data on traffic fatalities and their causes. Information on this page includes: yearly fatality totals, the change in totals from year to year and the types of accidents that cause fatalities. In 2010 there were 690 Georgia traffic deaths. This number includes accidents with cars/trains, pedestrians, motorcyclists and bicycles. This total, while high, is down 16% from 2009.
Like many state agencies and programs GDOT strives to provide current safety information to the residents of Georgia. Our staff and attorneys hope that the information provided on this page and throughout our website helps you better understand the resources available to you as an accident victim in Georgia.
If you have been hurt in an car, truck or motorcycle accident please do not hesitate to contact S. Burke Law Inc. Our law firm is dedicated to providing you with the expertise you need and the compassion you deserve. Call today. Your life is waiting. 1.404.467.0909
Though our office is located in Atlanta, Ga. we represent clients from across the state of Georgia : Decatur, Riverdale, College Park, Lilburn, East Point, Jonesboro, Forest Park, Stone Mountain, Union City, Lithonia, Doraville, Lawrenceville, Covington, Lovejoy, Powder Springs, Palmetto and Cobb.