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Alternate route advised during Harrison High School construction
Harrison High School (4500 Due West Road, Kennesaw) is constructing a SPLOST IV project which will a...

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Four Cobb sidewalk projects to begin in fall 2018
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Sandy Plains Road traffic shift begins Sept. 24
Beginning Monday, Sept. 24, utility relocation work will reduce Sandy Plains Road to one lane for tr...

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Three-month Macedonia Road closure to begin Oct. 8
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Share your input on proposed changes to CobbLinc services

CobbLinc staff is proposing several changes to its local and commuter bus service and the Cobb Board of Commissioners wants your input. Visit linkingcobb.org before Nov 3, to review the proposed service changes and take a short survey to share your thoughts.

For the past year, Cobb Department of Transportation staff has been creating a short-term transit plan, called CobbLinc Forward, to help CobbLinc meet future transportation needs for residents, workers and business owners. These proposed updates would be implemented over a five-year horizon, but may start as early as March 2.

The recommendations in the CobbLinc Forward plan would:

  • Provide Sunday service on all local bus routes
  • Provide better service to more customers
  • Provide major improvements to system reliability and on-time performance
  • Better match service levels with transit markets

To view a summary of what's new and what's changing in the proposed updates, click here. The Board of Commissioners will host a public hearing 7 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 23, so residents can provide their input on proposed service changes. The meeting will be held in the BOC Room, second floor, 100 Cherokee St., Marietta.