Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport

Public Transportation


Uber has been operating in Chattanooga since November 2014. 

Governmental Contacts for Transportation Issues

Service-related issues such as potholes, complaints, praises, etc. (in the City of Chattanooga): call 311! Literally dial 3-1-1 from a landline, or 423.643.6311 from a mobile, or email They'll get you to the right person, likely someone within the Chattanooga Department of Transportation (CDOT). CDOT designs and implements transportation projects, and also includes traffic operations.

For interstates (e.g. I-24, I-75) or general statewide questions:  TDOT is the state department of transportation. 

Long-range planning, regional planning, federal/state transportation funding, etc.Chattanooga-Hamilton County/North Georgia Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) is the entity designated for regional transportation planning in the greater Chattanooga region. The TPO creates two main plans, each on a 4-year cycle: the Regional Transportation Plan, which is a long-range plan for setting transportation project priorities and analyzing current and future conditions; and the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), which puts "real dollars" to specific projects. The TPO only deals with projects using federal/state funds, so they don't have much of a role in locally funded projects.