Cobb County Government

The Transportation Planning Division plans for the development and implementation of transportation plans, programs and projects, while ensuring consistency with applicable rules, laws and regulations.

The division identifies and evaluates transportation needs within the county through special studies, citizen input and development of short and long-range transportation plans.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any planning questions:

Eric Meyer
Planning Division Manager

Aries Little
Planner III

 

 

Studies

The Transportation Planning Division plans for the development and implementation of transportation plans, programs and projects, while ensuring consistency with applicable rules, laws and regulations.

The division identifies and evaluates transportation needs within the county through special studies, citizen input and development of short and long-range transportation plans.

Study: Route 10 Modifications

Proposed Route Modifications

Route 10 operates between the Marietta Transfer Center and MARTA’s Arts Center Station via Cobb Parkway (US 41) and Interstate 75. Route 10 is CCT’s busiest route, carrying 25% of all CCT boardings. Cobb County DOT initiated a study in 2015 after an increase of reports from Route 10 patrons of overcrowding and poor on-time performance. The study has identified the root causes of these issues and has recommended proposed service modifications as corrective actions that can be quickly implemented in a cost-effective manner.

Study: Revive285 top end

In 2006, the Georgia Department of Transportation and the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority launched revive285 top end to develop a solution to the traffic challenges on this vital corridor. The focus of revive285 top end is to develop an overall corridor concept for the portion of I-285 extending from I-75 to I-85, incorporating each of the separate projects currently planned and programmed for the corridor. For more information about these projects, please view the project website.

Sponsoring Agency: Georgia Department of Transportation

DBE Program

Cobb County has established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), 49 CFR Part 26. In order to be in compliance with the DBE program regulations, the County is required to establish and submit an annual goal for the Transit Program relative to anticipated Federal funds to be expended during the Federal fiscal year.

Sidewalk Policy

Cobb County is committed to providing sidewalks on (at least) one side of major roadways and thoroughfares across the County. Sidewalks keep communities healthy by providing safety, mobility and accessibility benefits to citizens. Using limited funding, Cobb County prioritizes sidewalk placement in areas that are:

Trail System Directory

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