Cobb County Government

How will Cobb handle the congestion in the area?

We are currently working with Cobb County DOT and Georgia DOT to improve and enhance access points to the ballpark. For the 2014 season there will be 55 weeknight games, four of which are afternoon games.

Current roadway improvements [PDF] include Windy Hill Diverging Diamond Interchange and corridor improvements extending from U.S. 41 to Powers Ferry - open to traffic first quarter 2017.

  • Windy Hill Road West
    This SPLOST 2011 project improves Windy Hill Road from US 41/Cobb Pkwy. to I-75 from five-lanes to a six-lane divided (raised landscaped median) urban typical section with curb, gutter and sidewalks. Traffic signals will be upgraded and all new pedestrian accommodations will be included.
  • Windy Hill Road East
    This SPLOST 2011 project adds an eastbound lane to the current alignment from the bridge over Rottenwood Creek to Interstate North Pkwy/Spectrum Cir. The project, a 2005 SPLOST deferred project, will add an additional westbound lane from Interstate North Parkway/Spectrum Circle to Powers Ferry Road. Additional turn lanes will also be added to Windy Hill road east of Powers Ferry Road.
  • Cobb Parkway from Akers Mill to Paces Mill
    Widening to six lanes currently under contract
  • Cobb Parkway/Chattahoochee River Bridge
    Currently under construction
  • Northwest Corridor I-75 Managed lanes from I-285 north to the I-575 split and from I-575 to Hickory Grove Road and on I-575 from I-75 to Sixes Road
    Open to traffic 2018

Other roadway improvements under consideration include development to potential Windy Ridge Parkway Connector, operational improvements in the area, Windy Hill - Terrell Mill Connector, Cobb Parkway/I-285 Diverging Diamond Interchange, Cobb Pkwy/Cumberland/Spring Road Split Diamond and I-285 access to Circle 75 Parkway roundabout.