The Department of Motor Vehicles will begin testing traffic signs in metro Atlanta on Thursday, the Department of Transportation said.DMV officials said the tests will be conducted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The department said it will also begin testing signs at the Atlanta Beltline and on the MARTA system later this week.

The Atlanta BeltLine has already undergone its first traffic sign testing in the city.

The tests will include several locations along the Beltline, including several on the Atlanta Downtown and the Atlanta-Fulton County line.

The agency said the city’s first traffic signs will be tested at the intersection of Fulton Street and Main Street.

The Atlanta Beltway has been the subject of a series of lawsuits from residents who say it lacks the proper signage for the area, and the DOT has been working on improving its signage throughout the area.