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Capital Program Delivery
Capital Program Delivery currently oversees road improvement projects funded by the SPLOST program including bridges, turn lanes, roundabouts, and sidewalks. Capital Program Delivery manages design services from county approved and oversees contractors for the construction of transportation improvement projects. Capital Program Delivery is comprised of three areas: Planning Section, Preconstruction Division, and Construction Division.
Transportation Planning Division
The Transportation Planning Division is actively involved in the analysis, evaluation, and assessment of how growth and development impact the transportation system and infrastructure within the county. This division holds the responsibility for crafting and executing protocols pertaining to Traffic Impact Studies. Furthermore, the division undertakes the duty of researching and formulating approaches to address the county's forthcoming transportation requirements. Additionally, the division is entrusted with the pursuit and oversight of opportunities related to transportation grant funding. In addition, the Transportation Planning Division plays a pivotal role in maintaining the transportation framework by preparing traffic impact study guidelines.
Preconstruction Division is responsible for preliminaries, concept, design, final design, concept, right-of-way acquisition, preparing for bid for the SPLOST programs, and other road improvement programs. Additional responsibilities include transportation planning, project scoping, concept development, design management, cost estimation, plan review, and development coordination.
Construction Division is responsible for projects related to bridges, culverts, transportation drainage, roads, intersections, roads, sidewalk construction, the speed control bid for the SPLOST programs, and other road improvement programs. Additional responsibilities include bid package review, construction management, traffic and erosion control oversight, final acceptance, and project closeout.
Finance and Performance Management Division
Finance and Performance Management Division oversees the financial operations of the department in compliance with County policies and procedures, ensuring sound management of County financial resources. The division functions include, but are not limited to, budget preparation and administration, accounts payable, accounts receivable, purchasing liaison, agenda item management, and coordination of the department’s performance management program.
Airport Division is responsible for maintaining, developing, and managing the Gwinnett County Airport – Briscoe Field for the use and benefit of the county and general public. In this regard, it must direct and monitor the maintenance of the airport so that the facility is in an orderly, safe, and operational condition that conforms to all federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations. Additionally, the airport is involved on a national level with other reliever airports in the United States in the development and review of federal and state programs affecting aviation and airports. The division develops standards, fees, rates, and charges for tenants and maintains the airport emergency plan.
Transit Division is responsible for implementation, marketing, development and service oversight of Gwinnett County Transit. This includes overseeing all local, commuter, and paratransit services provided by Gwinnett County Transit to ensure a safe and efficient transit system and coordinating all development and maintenance of short, intermediate, and long-range plans for GCT. The division also monitors existing fares, routes, and schedules. The division must facilitate the safe and secure delivery of transit that conforms to all federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations.
Traffic Engineering, Operations, and Maintenance Division
Traffic Engineering Division
Traffic Engineering Division ensures a safe and efficient transportation system by maintaining the countywide traffic signal system, monitors existing travel conditions, maintains traffic volume and traffic accident data bases, and provides analyses, reports, and recommendations for corrective measures. The division is also responsible for developing and managing the streetlight and speed hump programs. The division maintains 750 signals, over 463 flashers, 248 miles of fiber optic communications cable, and 350 CCTV cameras. The division also oversees the operation of the Traffic Control Center.
Plan your local commute by viewing real-time traffic images from Gwinnett County traffic cameras at 511Ga.org.
Operations and Maintenance Division
Operations and Maintenance Division maintains existing County roads, roadside signs, striping, sidewalks, bridges and surface vegetation within the right of way. Operations and Maintenance Division oversees the resurfacing program, sidewalk repair, street sweeping, and mowing contracts. In addition, the division reconstructs existing roads and builds miscellaneous road projects and coordinates, tests, and oversees several million dollars' worth of annual contracted work. The division is also responsible for promoting safe traffic conditions in the County by installing and maintaining traffic control signing, pavement markings, and coordinating road closures; reviewing new developments for traffic impact; and proposing traffic plans to alleviate congestion and dangerous traffic situations.
For assistance, contact Service Request at 770.822.7400 or DOTServiceRequest@GwinnettCounty.com.
Traffic Engineering Division Additional Links
Traffic Engineering Division is responsible for the following:
- Connected Vehicle Technology Master Plan
- Speed Hump Brochure
- Speed Hump Manual
- Traffic Counts
- Truck Routes
To obtain project information or information related to transportation in Gwinnett, contact Community Relations at 770.822.7400 or DOTCommunityRelations@gwinnettcounty.com.
Transit Capital Improvement Projects
Transit Capital Improvement Projects is a competitive funding program designed to address critical capital-related public transit needs throughout Gwinnett County. The Transit Capital Improvement Projects is designed to deliver managed projects with speed and efficiency while demonstrating fiscal responsibility to improve safety and service quality. In addition, enhancing customer experience, maintaining transit assets, expanding infrastructure, and upgrading technologies are essential within the Transit Capital Improvement Projects.