Traffic Engineering


A Department of the Engineering Services Division



Andralyn Graham
Administrative Coordinator


630 Ronald Reagan Drive
Building A
Evans, GA  30809

P.O. Box 498
Evans, GA  30809

(706) 868-4223

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To provide a safe driving environment for the traveling public utilizing the streets and roadways of Columbia County with emphasis on the safety, operation and quality of our vehicle and pedestrian networks and the associated traffic control devices

Department Description

  • Facilitate the maintenance of traffic control devices
  • Evaluate citizen request, inquiries and complaints
  • Facilitate the operation of traffic signal devices including school zone flashers
  • Maintain street index system
  • Review/monitor traffic accident database
  • Maintain street numbering system in coordination with the Georgia Department of Transportation
  • Manage the Speed Hump Program
  • Review commercial and residential subdivision site construction plans
  • Maintain street light program

Traffic Studies

  • Evaluate intersections for operational/geometric design changes
  • Perform roadway vehicle speed and volume/count studies
  • Evaluate for sight distance characteristics, conditions and obstructions
  • Perform stop delay time surveys
  • Perform turning movement counts
  • Evaluate pedestrian facilities for improvements
  • Evaluate roadways in order to develop operational/geometric improvements



traffic calming program

   Report a sight obstruction 

View the current Columbia County
Speed Hump Program Manual

Once you have viewed the current speed hump program manual and would like to make a request for speed humps on your street, please click here or call (706) 447-7611.  

Traffic Signals

  • Conduct traffic signal warrant analysis
  • Maintain traffic signal management programs
  • Develop operational improvements

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Report a traffic signal malfunction or timing concern.



Rhythm InSync Adaptive Traffic System - Washington Road Corridor (SR 104)
Validation Study Brief          Before and After Rhythm - 5 Intersections in Evans, January 2010





Roundabouts are circular intersections. Roundabouts reduce traffic conflicts (for example, left turns) that are frequent causes of crashes at traditional intersections. Unlike a traffic circle or a rotary, a roundabout's incoming traffic yields to the circulating traffic.    

 Click here to be redirected to our Roundabouts web page.



  • Review location and placements of regulatory, warning, guide and street identification signs
  • Evaluate for improvements and upgrades
  • Conduct sign warrant analysis  

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Request a new or replacement  
traffic control sign or street name sign.


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Pavement Markings 

  • Review location and placements of pavement and curb markings
  • Evaluate improvements utilizing raised pavement and object markers, delineator post, colored pavements, barricades, channelizing devices and painted islands
  • Facilitate pavement marking program

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  Request information about
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Street Lighting                                                                                                                                            

For requesting Street Light Repair or Residential Service, please contact:

    Georgia Power 
    Residential Customer Service 
    1-888-660-5890  or

Request for Roadway Safety Lighting or for Residential Homeowners Associations
Please contact our office at 706-868-4223

General Information

 Columbia County Road Data (Road Index)

Columbia County Signs and Markings Policy and Details 

Connect Central Georgia Study - The basis for the Connect Central Georgia Study is to assess safety, mobility, and connectivity across one of the most important transportation links in the state. The 31-County study area, which spans the middle of Georgia from the Alabama border to the South Carolina border, includes four key cities – Columbus, Macon, Warner Robins, and Augusta. This area also includes significant natural and agricultural resources that drive economic development in the state. This study will be the first holistic look at traffic and goods movement across this portion of the state and will build off of the accomplishments and lessons learned from previous transportation studies.


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The Augusta Regional Transportation Study (ARTS) requires involvement by policy makers, technical staff, and citizens in order to address the various aspects of the transportation planning process.

The Augusta Regional Transportation Study (ARTS) is the transportation planning process established for the Augusta GA – SC urbanized area. The bi-state ARTS area includes the urbanized part of the Augusta region, plus the area expected to become urbanized over the next twenty years. The study area includes all of Richmond County, Georgia, part of Columbia County, Georgia, the Fort Gordon Military Reservation, part of Aiken County, South Carolina, and part of Edgefield County, South Carolina. Incorporated places within the study area include the Georgia cities of Augusta, Hephzibah, Blythe and Grovetown, and the South Carolina cities of Aiken, North Augusta, and Burnettown.

The Augusta Planning and Development Department, a department of the Augusta, Georgia government, is the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the ARTS and is responsible for coordinating the regional transportation planning process.  For additional information, please visit the Augusta, Georgia ARTS website.

ARTS ATMS Master Plan Update  


road closed Please click here to view current road closings.


For all Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) state route inquiries, please call the Area Engineer's Office at (706) 855-3466  or visit their website at

Georgia Department of Transportation offers their Annual Crash and Traffic Count Data on their website.  Click here to be directly linked to this information.


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