Major Mobility Investment Program
The Georgia Department of Transportation (Georgia DOT) is making major investments in the state’s transportation network. An initial 11 Major Mobility Investment Program (MMIP) projects were pinpointed that will create additional capacity, improve freight movement, provide transportation improvements and efficiencies, enhance safety, and provide more reliable travel times.
MMIP projects are made possible by the Transportation Funding Act (TFA) of 2015 and rely on federal and state dollars. These projects help allow Georgia to remain the #1 state for business. More information about the TFA can be found here.
Interactive Program Map
The MMIP delivers positive societal benefits at a reasonable cost yielding a benefit of $1.10 for every $1 invested.
- Reduces travel times by 44% for transit vehicles
- Relives traffic through a travel time savings of 15% or $3.28 billion
- Provides 45 minutes in trip planning time savings
- Curbs pollution with a 13% reduction in vehicle emissions due to less congestion and faster travel times
- Reduces traffic fatalities and serious injuries by 13% due to less congestion and faster travel times
Expanding the Georgia Express Lanes Network
The MMIP includes four express lanes projects, which will expand the Georgia Express Lanes network. Express lanes are travel options for motorists and bus transit customers to bypass congestion for a free-flowing commute. The lanes are a choice that provide more reliable trip times and improve traffic flow.
Proven Success on the Northwest Corridor Express Lanes
- Express Lanes are 30% faster than the general purpose lanes during peak travel times
- Speeds in the general purpose lanes are up to 20 mph faster than before the express lanes opened
- Rush hour has been reduced by over an hour during the morning and evening commutes
- Georgia DOT is responsible for planning, constructing, maintaining, and improving the state’s roads, bridges, and interstates.
- Atlanta-Region Transit Link (ATL) Authority collaborates with regional transit authorities, such as MARTA, CobbLinc, Gwinnett County Transit, and Xpress, that are responsible for operations of heavy, light rail, and bus transit operations and the advancement of transit in the region.
- The State Road and Tollway Authority (SRTA) collects toll revenue and is responsible for operations of the Georgia Express Lanes network.
The major mobility projects will be delivered through innovative methods such as Design-Build and Public-Private Partnerships, allowing Georgia DOT to accelerate construction schedules. The projects will create additional capacity for more reliable trip times, more efficient movement of freight, safety improvements, and expanded multimodal options, including transit.
Mailing Address: Georgia DOT – One Georgia Center, 600 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA 30308