Sandy Springs has an extensive transportation system which includes over 330 miles of roadways, transit, bicycle, pedestrian and trails facilities.
The City has installed 43 miles of fiber optics to 132 signals located throughout Sandy Springs, in efforts to help make the daily commute a less than stressful ride. The signals are managed from a control center located at City Hall. To view a map outlining where signals are located, click here. For more information about the City's existing intelligent transportation system, click here.
Fiber and advanced traffic signals are components of the City’s intelligent transportation system (ITS). The City is currently developing an ITS Master Plan that will analyze the existing system and identify projects and policies to keep the City moving in the future. To understand how advanced signals are helping you move around the City, click here.
Traffic Signal System Improvement Projects
Current traffic signal improvement projects are plotted on the map below.