Cobb County Government

YourGOV, a smart phone and web-based work request tool provided by the Cobb County Department of Transportation (DOT), allows citizens to submit non-emergency service requests directly to the DOT work management system.

On February 23 and 24, 2016, the Cobb County Department of Transportation will host two Public Information Open House events to review Cobb Community Transit’s (CCT) proposed service modifications for Route 10.

Expect severe traffic congestion and delays associated with a lane closure on Windy Hill Road, beginning Thursday, January 28 and continuing indefinitely.

During inclement weather events, Cobb DOT road maintenance crews will work overnight to treat Cobb County roads. 

On January 21, 2016, Cobb County Department of Transportation held a public information meeting at Chestnut Ridge Christian Church from 5p.m. to 7 p.m.


Cobb DOT provides this infographic with quick tips to keep you and fellow drivers safe this winter.

The proposed I-285 Multi-Use Bridge project consists of a bridge from the Cobb Galleria Center spanning Galleria Drive, I-285, and Circle 75 Parkway to SunTrust Park. The total project length is approximately 1,110 feet.

Cobb County has launched Cobb Commute, an easy-to-use web tool to help users navigate traffic.


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Cobb County International Airport's new customs inspection facility began operations on June 25, 2015.

Outline of Cobb County with Braves LogoLearn how Cobb DOT is preparing for the Braves' move to Cobb County in 2017.

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The Skip Spann Connector—Cobb County’s first lighted bridge—is a 416-foot-long link between Frey Road and Busbee Drive over I-75, which gives commuters improved highway access to Town Center commercial amenities and Kennesaw State University (KSU). A near 20 percent reduction in daily traffic along Chastain Road at the I-75 interchange is expected as a result of the new bridge. Pedestrians and bicyclists now also have improved access between the KSU campus and the university's stadium.

 

Windy Hill Road LogoCobb County DOT is working on five-part major transportation improvement project that will improve safety and mobility along a 1.95-mile section of Windy Hill Road.

Cobb County Department of Transportation (DOT) Launches YourGOV, a smartphone and web-based work request tool for citizens.



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As Cobb County continues to grow in population, educational opportunities, professional prospects and recreational options, it is vitally important that our roadways develop and expand to support that progress. One of our fastest-growing areas, Cumberland, will soon serve as an even greater hub for sports, music and culinary enthusiasts with the addition of SunTrust Park and The Battery in 2017. However, plans for facilitating increased travel in Cobb have been in the works for years—a decade or more in some cases—long before the county became the new home for the Braves.