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How to Navigate on the Newly Re-Designed Technology Parkway

Post Date:10/03/2019 11:59 AM

Tuesday, Oct. 1, was the official launch date for the two Olli shuttles. The driver-less vehicles will make regular weekday trips along Technology Parkway.

The autonomous vehicles travel in specially dedicated outer lanes marked with blue chevrons. while regular traffic use the two interior lanes. Do not use the outer lanes, these lanes are for autonomous vehicle traffic only.

Please use caution when making right and left hand turns from the interior lanes as you will have to cross over the AV lanes. These shuttle vehicles are  carrying passengers.

The shuttles are free to ride but a signed waiver is required for each passenger, For more information including obtaining a waiver, a daily schedule, shuttle stops and more, please visit the city's web page at:

Technology Parkway is now part of an intelligent mobility test track called Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners. You may expect other autonomous vehicles to use these lanes as they test their technologies.

For questions, please contact City Hall via email at or by calling 678-691-1200.

Photo of Olli, the driver-less shuttle on Technology Parkway.Image of the Olli Stop signs that are located along Technology Parkway which designate the shuttle stops.