About this site:

This site was developed by Code for America’s Atlanta Team in partnership with the City of Atlanta to give citizens an opportunity to provide feedback during the 2015 Infrastructure Bond, and to give the City a venue for collecting feedback and tallying votes on projects across the city. From June 25 through July 16, citizens of Atlanta can vote on their favorite projects.

Data for this website comes from the following reports:

2010 State of the City’s Transportation Infrastructure & Fleet

2013 State of the City’s Facility Infrastructure & Fleet report.

These reports were produced by the City of Atlanta’s Department of Public Works and are available for public viewing. You can also download the original data as either GIS or Excel files.

Download GIS data

Download Excel data

Frequently asked questions:

Who can I contact for more information?

Inquiries related to the Proposed Infrastructure Bond may be sent to:

City of Atlanta

Department of Public Works
Office of Transportation
Capital Projects
ATTN: Rodney Givens, P.E.,
55 Trinity Avenue, SW, Suite 4500
Atlanta, GA 30303

City of Atlanta
Office of Enterprise
Assets Management - Facilities
ATTN: Billy Warren
55 Trinity Avenue, SW, Suite 1225
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 330-6225

How to use this website:

Step 1. Learn

Learn more about the infrastructure bond and the kinds of projects the city is proposing.

Step 2. Vote

Provide feedback on what kinds of improvements you would like to see to Atlanta’s infrastructure, and vote on the projects that are important to you.

Step 3. Stay involved

Find out more about the project timeline and locate a public information session near you.