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.
This map shows street, road, sidewalk, lane, and greenway closures. State road closure information is available at the NCDOT website and MSD road closure information is available at the MSD website.
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.
Three Buncombe County high schools will hold graduation this weekend at the U.S. Cellular Center. AC Reynolds, TC Roberson and North Buncombe graduating seniors will all walk across the stage to receive their diplomas at the U.S. Cellular Center. The City of Asheville is proud to host this important civic event each June. Changes in both security [...]
The first phase of ART Transit Station improvements are about to begin! On Monday, April 15, local contactor NHM Constructors will bring their crew in to mobilize for the stormwater drainage improvement project to the bus travel lanes and sidewalk. The construction crew will begin on the north side of the bus travel lanes. While we had [...]
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