Bicycle Safety in Georgia
Georgia Law on Bicycles
Click Here for all Georgia laws pertaining to bicycle operation.
Includes information on the 3-foot passing law (HB 101) passed in 2011
Includes the information that allows children to ride bicycles on sidewalks and cyclist injury penalties.
Includes laws pertaining to aggressive drivers, bicycle hit-and-run and other concerns of bicyclists regarding motorists.
Tips & Tools for Bicyclists
Make sure your bicycle is ready for Georgia roads.
Share the Road license plates help to fund bicycle safety programs in Georgia.
Learn the proper way to wear a helmet while riding a bicycle.
Get your kids excited to wear helmets while riding bikes in Georgia.
Documents, white papers and other helpful resources to faciliate successful advocacy for bicycle infrastructure and policies.
Listed are some frequently asked questions regarding the Safe Routes to School program. If you have any additional questions regarding the program that are not addressed on this page, please feel free to contact the state's SRTS coordinator.
GDOT has developed a virtual tool kit of information to help get your school's SRTS program going and to keep it going.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Links in Georgia
Below are some informational links about bicycle and pedestrian safety. If you have a bicycle or pedestrian safety link that you would like to share, contact Katie Curtis at 404-657-9079.