The Cobb County Police Department, in collaboration with the Cobb County Department of Transportation and other partners, has developed this traffic management plan (TMP) for events at SunTrust Park, with the following guiding principles:
Get your tickets now for the exciting 2017 Encore Series at Jennie T. Anderson Theatre. The lineup will include:
Jan. 21: The Official Blues Brother Revue Feb. 4: Andy Williams Moon River and Me (starring Jimmy Osmond) Feb. 28: The Buckinghams March 16-19: Damn Yankees (presented by Pebblebrook High School) April 29: Shadows of the 60s May 13: Tommy Roe
You can save the most money by purchasing a season pass. This includes a ticket to each of the shows with the same seat for every performance. A season pass is only $180. Tickets for individual shows are also for sale through ticketmaster.com.
Cobb Department of Transportation staff recently announced a data-sharing partnership with Waze (www.waze.com), the real-time crowdsourced traffic and navigation app. Designed as a free, two-way data share of publicly-available traffic information, the Waze Connected Citizens Program promotes greater efficiency, deeper insights and safer roads for Cobb residents.
“Our work is about helping people get around as safely and efficiently as possible," Jim Wilgus, Cobb DOT director, said. "That means construction, certainly, but it also means making the most of technology. We are excited about how working with Waze will help us meet that goal.”
This program allows the county to provide an additional way to make the public aware of ongoing construction, traffic incidents and event-related lane closures. The Waze app combines Cobb DOT’s traffic information with user-generated reports to offer a more comprehensive look at conditions for commuters. The county will also collect anonymous, real-time data from Waze to help identify traffic trends. That information will be beneficial in transportation planning as Cobb continues to progress as a metro Atlanta hub for business, education and entertainment.
“No one knows more about what is happening on the roads than Wazers, and Cobb County will be able to use these anonymous insights to further promote safer roads," Adam Fried, Waze’s new business development manager, said. "In exchange, Cobb County is providing critical road closure and incident data to Waze, helping Wazers better circumvent major traffic events and real-time traffic blocks.”
Help give a dog a home by donating dog houses to needy pets living outside during the winter. You can drop off new or used plastic or igloo type dog houses, that are in good condition, to the Cobb Animal Control shelter, 1060 Al Bishop Drive, Marietta. Shelter staff is unable to accept barrel type dog houses. If you are unable to drop them off, contact the shelter to schedule a pick-up at 770-499-4136 or firstname.lastname@example.org. This effort is part of Cobb County Animal Control's Holiday Community Outreach Effort.