Cobb County Government
Department of Transportation
The Department of Transportation (DOT) develops, manages, and operates the county's transportation s...

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Cobb County teaches “Street Smarts” in pedestrian safety video
The Cobb County Department of Transportation (CCDOT) debuted “Pete’s Street Smarts,” an educational ...

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Historic covered bridge to close for safety renovations in summer 2017
Update (7/17/17): Closure of the bridge for up to four months is anticipated to begin Aug. 7, 2017. ...

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DDI coming to Wade Green Road in Kennesaw
Construction to add a diverging diamond interchange (DDI) to Wade Green Road over Interstate 75 in K...

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Department of Transportation
Cobb County teaches “Street Smarts” in pedestrian safety...
Historic covered bridge to close for safety renovations...
DDI coming to Wade Green Road in Kennesaw...

Project News

Upcoming Road Closure: Meadow Drive at Hembree Road

Meadow Drive will close to through traffic at Hembree Road beginning Monday, April 3, 2017. The closure will continue until mid-July. Students currently walking to Pope High School from Meadow Drive will be provided school bus service. In addition to the closure of Meadow Drive, wall construction on the Meadow Drive side of Hembree Road will require closure of the northbound lane of Hembree Road. Northbound traffic will be shifted into existing left turn lanes at this intersection. Signal timing will be adjusted to mitigate traffic delays.

These closures come as part of a CCDOT and Cobb County School District collaborative project to construct a roundabout with right turn bypass lanes on Hembree Road at Pope High School to improve traffic flow and safety for motorists and pedestrians.


View the Pope High School Roundabout project fact sheet. alt

Cumberland Area Projects

Cobb County DOT is working in partnership with the Cumberland Community Improvement District and other organizations on a number of projects to improve Cumberland area roadways. Learn more about each project below.