The City of Asheville’s Transportation Department is dedicated to providing for the safety, health, mobility, and quality of life for Asheville citizens and guests through the administration of engineering, infrastructure and transportation related projects.
Report issues with city upkeep such as missed trash or recycling pickups, potholes, sidewalk issues, street light outages, vandalized street signs, and more.
Explore an interactive map of the City's greenways and learn how to use them for your recreation and transportation enjoyment.
Learn about how to safely bring your bicycle on the bus.
Bike lockers provide security for your bike while you shop, work, or sleep
Information about metered on-street parking and loading zones.
The City of Asheville’s bike share feasibility initiative continues and has widened in scope to include consideration of electric scooters (also called e-scooters). Bike or e-scooter share is a way for someone to use a bike or scooter for a short time at a reasonable rate. Some bike share systems are station-based, like those in […]
The City of Asheville will host two meetings on February 19 for the community to learn about improvements planned for North Charlotte Street, including the road diet and zoning evaluation for the corridor. The meetings will be held at the Jewish Community Center, 236 Charlotte St. A morning session will be held from 8:30 […]
Testing and training going on now; bus preview to be held In 2019, the City of Asheville will deploy five zero-emission electric buses for the City’s transit system, Asheville Redefines Transit (ART). By committing to transit vehicles that are powered by electricity, the City will reduce fuels costs and dependence on imported […]