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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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CCDOT featured in Cartegraph "How We Work" series
"Uncover how the Cobb County, GA Department of Transportation streamlines their day-to-day operati...

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October is Try Transit Month!
Have you ever seen CobbLinc buses near your home or office and thought, “I wonder if that would work...

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Cobb County teaches “Street Smarts” in pedestrian safety...
Historic covered bridge to close for safety renovations...
CCDOT featured in Cartegraph "How We Work" series...
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Keheley Drive month-long closure begins May 30

Beginning May 30, 2017, Keheley Drive from Kemp Road to Keheley Road in Marietta will close to through traffic until June 25, 2017, due to drainage construction work. The existing reinforced concrete pipe has failed, causing settlement between the roadway and sidewalk. During this project, new drainage structures will be constructed, and the 24-inch pipe under Keheley Drive as well as the failure areas of sidewalk and curbing will be replaced.

Motorists should plan to detour and travel carefully in the area.

Click "Read More" for detour route information and map.

Two-month Hembree Road closure begins May 24

Construction for the Pope High School roundabout will require the closure of Hembree Road to vehicular and pedestrian through traffic beginning at 6 p.m. May 24, 2017. The closure will be in place for nearly two months, through July 17. Work hours will likely extend into evenings and weekends, starting the first night of closure.