Director : Alan Chapman, P.E.
Alan was named director of the Department of Transportation in July 2015. He holds a master's degree in business administration from Georgia State University and a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Georgia Tech. He is also a registered professional engineer in the state of Georgia. Alan has experience in both the transportation and environmental engineering fields, and his job assignments have included work with the Georgia Department of Transportation and as an engineering and construction consultant. He has worked for Gwinnett County since 1997. He first served as a project manager on capital road improvements for Program Delivery, and in 2004 was promoted to deputy director of Program Delivery. As deputy director, he oversaw both the Preconstruction and Construction Divisions. Alan lives with his wife, Anne, and two daughters in Lawrenceville.
- Public Meetings
- Citizens Project Selection Committee - 2017 SPLOST
- Comprehensive Transportation Plan
- Connect Gwinnett: Transit Plan
- Intermodal Operations
- Diverging Diamond Interchanges
- GC Smart Commute
- Gwinnett County Transit
- I-85 Transit Study
- Long Range Road Classification Map
- Traffic Engineering, Operations and Maintenance
- Plans and Projects
- Capital Program Delivery
- Related Agencies
- Road Closures
- SR 20 North Widening
- SR 324 at I-85 Interchange
- Sugarloaf Pkwy Extension
- Service Request
- 2030 Unified Plan
- Truck Routes
- Under Construction
- Utility ROW Permits
- US 78 at SR 124
Commissioners approve contract with MARTA
The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday, August 1 approved a contract with the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority to operate and expand Gwinnett's transit system in accordance with the recently approved Connect Gwinnett Transit Development Plan.
Board of Commissioners Chairman Charlotte Nash expressed appreciation to MARTA for the spirit of cooperation and responsiveness shown during the contract negotiation. She said, “I am pleased with both the negotiation process and its outcome.”
The board also passed a motion putting the contract on the ballot in the March 19, 2019, special election for voter consideration.
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The Department of Transportation is responsible for overseeing the County’s roadway infrastructure system. These transportation networks include more than 2,500 miles of road, over 700 signalized intersections, thousands of miles of traffic striping, the Gwinnett County Transit System and one of the four busiest airports in Georgia. The Department performs this mission with 155 approved full-time positions and a 2018 adopted operating budget of $44.5 million in multiple funds.