Transportation Network

 

The City of Augusta defines their street classification with four designations; local, collectors, arterials and expressways.  The hierarchy of road types classified by function in acceding order is: local roadways, collector roadways, arterial roadways and expressways. 

  • Local Roadways - provide direct access to private property with ideal traffic volume of less than 1,500 vehicles per day.
  • Collector Roadways - collect traffic in residential neighborhoods and may range between 1,500 and 5,000 vehicles per day.
  • Arterial Roadways - either carry traffic through residential areas without directly accessing any of the properties, or serve major activity centers 12,000 and 35,000 vehicles per day.
  • Expressways - are primary arterial roadways that are fully or partially access controlled.
 
 
Name of Roadway Roadway Classification
U.S. 54 Highway Expressway
Walnut Street (77 Hwy) Arterial
U.S. 54, K96, US 400 Arterial
70th Street Arterial
Seventh Avenue Arterial
Main Avenue Arterial
Ohio Street Arterial
State Street Arterial
Lulu Street Arterial
Dike Road (Hunter Rd) Arterial
Money Street Arterial
Kelly Avenue Arterial
Custer Lane Arterial
Belmont Avenue Arterial
David Avenue Arterial
Fifth Avenue Collector
Sixth Avenue Collector
Dearborn Street Collector
Osage Street Collector
Broadway Avenue Collector
Fanny Avenue Collector
Summit Street Collector
Sunflower Avenue Collector
Washington Lane Collector
Augusta Avenue Collector
Highland Drive Collector
Santa Fe Collector
Huntington Road Collector
Arnold Drive Collector
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