The Department of Transportation (DOT) develops, manages, and operates the county's transportation systems.
Those systems include a vast network of roadways, sidewalks, and pathways; a transit system that provides public transportation services; and a general aviation airport that serves business and recreational flying needs.
More than 150 employees work in Cobb DOT’s seven divisions: administration, engineering, traffic operations, planning, airport, transit, and road maintenance. Working with partners in the community, DOT uses innovative technology to deliver high-impact results.
Transportation supports the county’s residents, businesses and visitors, and Cobb DOT is committed to keeping Cobb in motion.
Exercises operational control and management of Cobb County Airport - McCollum Field, a general aviation airport. This division also initiates and implements programs to enhance the safety and efficiency of the facility.
CobbLinc is the county's public transportation system including paratransit services for citizens with disabilities. Multiple Park and Ride Lots have been constructed throughout the County for the convenience of our patrons. This division oversees the contracted daily operations of CCT, and plans for system enhancements and expansion.
Tracks development and population patterns to project future transportation needs and develop strategies to address those needs. These activities include modeling efforts, sidewalk and pathway system (Trails) development as well as transit planning. The division works closely with the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC), the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority (GRTA), Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), Cobb’s municipalities and adjacent counties in the planning and programming of projects.