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CCT Facts:
2nd largest transit system in GA behind MARTA
4 million trips per year
73 buses and 21 paratransit vehicles
Transit Manager and 5 staff persons that are Cobb County employees
$18 million annual budget
Service started in 1989



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Park & Ride Lots

Park & Ride button CCT offers eight park and ride lot locations throughout the county for the convenience of our patrons.
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arrow Acworth Park & Ride
6045 Lake Acworth Drive
Acworth, GA 30101

arrow Busbee Park & Ride
3221 Busbee Drive NW
Kennesaw, GA 30144

arrow Floyd Road Park & Ride
4342 Floyd Road
Mableton, GA 30126

arrow Hiram 278 Theatre Park & Ride
Jimmy Lee Smith Parkway (Hwy. 278)
185 Metromont Road
Hiram, GA 30141

arrow Mableton Park & Ride
5329 Floyd Road
Mableton, GA 30126

arrow Marietta Park & Ride 
and Transfer Center (MTC)
800 South Marietta Parkway
Marietta, GA 30060

arrow Powder Springs Park & Ride
5100 Powder Springs/Dallas Road
Powder Springs, GA 30127

arrow Town Center Park & Ride
3305 Busbee Drive
Kennesaw, GA 30144



ACWORTH
Park And Ride

Exit 277 off I-75 at 6045 Lake Acworth Drive, Acworth, GA 30101

Directions from I-75:

If you are traveling north on I-75 (from Atlanta, Hartsfield Airport, Macon, etc...), take I-75 North Toward Marietta/Chattanooga. Take the Highway 92 exit, Exit Number 277. Turn left onto Highway 92 and then right onto Lake Acworth Drive. The Park and Ride Lot is directly on your right.

If you are traveling south on I-75 (from Cartersville, Rome, Chattanooga, etc...), take I-75 South Toward Marietta/Atlanta. Take the Highway 92 exit, Exit Number 277. Turn right onto Highway 92 and then right onto Lake Acworth Drive. The Park and Ride Lot is directly on your right.

Available Routes:

CCT Route 102 to mid-town Atlanta

GRTA Route 480 to down-town Atlanta


BUSBEE
Park And Ride

Exit 271 off I-75 at 3221 Busbee Drive NW, Kennesaw, GA 30144

Directions from I-75:

If you are traveling south on I-75 (from Cartersville, Rome, Chattanooga, etc...), take I-75 South. Take the Chastain Road exit, exit number 271, toward I-575 N. turn onto Chastain Road NW. Move to your right hand lane on Chastain Road, turn right onto Busbee Drive NW. The Park and Ride Lot is just past the Kennesaw State University Continuing Education Center.

If you are traveling north on I-75 (from Atlanta, Hartsfield Airport, Macon, etc...), take I-75 North Toward Marietta / Chattanooga. Take the Chastain Road Exit, Exit Number 271. Turn right onto Chastain Road NW. Turn right onto Busbee Drive NW. The Park and Ride Lot is just past the Kennesaw State University Continuing Education Center.

Available Routes:

CCT Route 40

CCT Route 100 to downtown Atlanta

GRTA Routes 480/481 to downtown Atlanta



FLOYD ROAD
Park And Ride

Located at 4342 Floyd Road in Mableton, GA

Directions from Marietta:

Take Austell Road south to Floyd Road. Turn left onto Floyd Road. Continue south on Floyd Road for 1.5 miles. The Floyd Road Park and Ride will be on the right side of the road just after crossing the Silver Comet Trail. Parking is at the corner of Floyd Drive and the Silver Comet Trail.

Directions form Austell:

Take Veterans Memorial Highway east to Floyd Road. Turn left onto Floyd Road. Continue north on Floyd Road for 2 miles. The Floyd Road Park and Ride will be on the left side of the road just before crossing the Silver Comet Trail. Parking is at the corner of Floyd Drive and the Silver Comet Trail.

Available Routes:

Route 30 to MARTA Holmes Station and the Marietta Transfer Center


HIRAM 278 THEATER
Park And Ride (in Paulding County)

Located at Jimmy Lee Smith Pkwy (Hwy. 278) at 185 Metromont Road, Hiram, GA 30141

Directions from Dallas:

Take Highway 278 east to Metromont Road. Turn right onto Metromont Road. The park and ride lot will be on the left side of the road.

Directions form Austell:

Take Highway 278 west to Metromont Road. Turn left onto Metromont Road. The park and ride lot will be on the left side of the road.


Available Routes:

Route 470 to Downtown Atlanta

Route 477 to Midtown Atlanta



MABLETON
Park And Ride

Located at 5239 Floyd Road in Mableton, GA

Directions from Marietta:

Take Austell Road south to Floyd Road. Turn left onto Floyd Road. Continue south on Floyd Road for 2.5 miles. The Mableton Park and Ride will be on the left side of the road, at to the Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre, adjacent to the Mableton Post Office. Parking is located, as you turn left onto Maran Lane, adjacent to Clay Road.

Directions form Austell:

Take Veterans Memorial Highway east to Floyd Road. Turn left onto Floyd Road. Continue north on Floyd Road for 0.5 miles. The Mableton Park and Ride will be on the right side of the road, located at the Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre. Parking is located, as you turn right onto Maran Lane, adjacent to Clay Road.

Available Routes:

Route 475 to Downtown Atlanta


MARIETTA
Park And Ride

Located next to Marietta Transfer Center (MTC) at 800 South Marietta Pkwy, Marietta, GA 30060

Directions from I-75:

If you are traveling south on I-75 (from Cartersville, Rome, Chattanooga, etc.) take I-75 South to exit 263 and turn right onto South Marietta Parkway otherwise known as the 120 Loop. Go approximately 2 miles (past Southern Polytechnic University on the left). The Park and Ride Lot is also on the left and is located on South Marietta Parkway at Aviation Road, adjacent to the CCT Transfer Center.

If you are traveling north on I-75 (from Atlanta, Hartsfield Airport, Macon, etc.), take I-75 North to exit 263, Marietta South Loop. When the exit divides, follow the signs to Marietta. You will be on South Marietta Parkway, also known as the 120 Loop. Go approximately 2 miles (past Southern Polytechnic University on the left). The Park and Ride Lot is also on the left and is located on South Marietta Parkway at Aviation Road adjacent to the CCT Transfer Center.

Available Routes:

Route 101 to down-town Atlanta


POWDER SPRINGS
Park And Ride

Located at 5100 Powder Springs – Dallas Road, Powder Springs, GA 30127

Directions from Hiram:

Take Highway 278 east to Florence Road. Turn right onto Florence Road. The park and ride lot will be on the right hand side at the end of Florence Road.

Directions from Austell:

Take Richard D. Sailors Parkway west to Florence Road. (Florence Road will be after crossing over Highway 278.) Turn left onto Florence Road. The park and ride lot will be on the right hand side at the end of Florence Road.

Available Routes:

Route 470 to downtown Atlanta

Route 477 to midtown Atlanta


TOWN CENTER
Park And Ride

Exit 271 off I-75 at 3019 George Busbee Parkway, Kennesaw, GA 30144

Directions from I-75:

If you are traveling south on I-75 (from Cartersville, Rome, Chattanooga, etc.), take I-75 South. Take the Chastain Road exit, exit number 271, toward I-575 N. turn onto Chastain Road NW. Move to your right hand lane on Chastain Road, turn right onto Busbee Drive NW. At the end of Busbee Drive turn right onto Busbee Parkway. At the 1st traffic light (Big Shanty Road) turn right. The road ends at the park and ride lot, located on the right.

If you are travelling north on I-75 (from Atlanta, Hartsfield Airport, Macon, etc.) take I-75 North toward Marietta/Chattanooga. Take the Chastain Road Exit, Exit Number 271. Turn right onto Chastain Road NW. Turn right onto Busbee Drive NW. At the end of Busbee Drive turn right onto Busbee Parkway. At the 1st traffic light (Big Shanty Road) turn right. The road ends at the park and ride lot, located on the right. Available Routes:

Route 481 to mid-town Atlanta

Route 100 to downtown Atlanta (7:45am and 8:00am departures only)


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Bike Racks on CCT

CCT Bike RackCobb Community Transit is pleased to announce that bicycle racks have been installed on the entire CCT bus fleet. Installation was completed in early November 2001. Cobb Community Transit or CCT is one of the first public transit agencies in the state to provide this type of service to its customers. Cobb County takes pride in being a leader in implementing programs designed to reduce the number of single occupancy vehicles on the roadways, which will ultimately improve regional air quality.

In July of 1999, federal money became available for this program. Cobb County competed with other counties/municipalities and was ultimately awarded $30,000 to implement the program utilizing Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) funds. CMAQ funds were also used to purchase free standing loop bike racks which have been installed at CCT Transfer Centers.

When implementing a new program such as this, safety is always a top priority. The bike racks are mounted on the front of the buses and hold two bicycles. These racks are designed to allow riders to load their bikes from curbside. Most riders will be able to load and unload their buses in less than 20 seconds, which will minimize any schedule delays. All CCT drivers have received the recommended safety training. Additionally, with a front-loading design, the driver is visually able to monitor activities.

CCT is proud to implement a program designed with the inter-modal commuter in mind. Cobb hopes to make bicycling a more viable means of commuting. We invite you to view our brochure. alt




Loop Bike Racks

In a continued effort to serve the inter-modal commuter, Cobb Community Transit or CCT is proud to announce that loop bicycle racks have been installed at the Cumberland Boulevard Transfer Center and the Marietta Transfer Center. These racks are designed to be aesthetically pleasing, but are also made of heavy-duty steel to insure that the bikes are secure when not in use. The racks are capable of holding nine bikes and they are either surface mounted or in-ground mounted.

Funding for the loop bicycle racks was obtained through Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) funds. The loop bicycle racks were also acquired as part of the Bikes-on-Buses campaign. The entire fleet of CCT buses have been outfitted with bus bike racks. There are currently plans to install more of the loop racks as park and ride lots are constructed in the future.

Cobb's transportation planning efforts are geared toward smog reduction as part of the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). The loop bicycle racks will aid in these smog reduction efforts by encouraging people to use alternate forms of transportation.

For questions or more information, please contact Cobb DOT Planning Division at (770) 528-3659. Questions or comments may also be e-mailed to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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Other Metro Transit Systems & Transportation Links

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Complaint Information: Title VI Notice of the Civil Rights Act


Attention CCT Passengers:

Cobb Community Transit does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in the provision of transportation services. Should you need more information regarding Cobb Community Transit’s nondiscrimination obligations, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  at (770) 528-1610. If you believe that you, or others protected by Title VI, have been discriminated against, you may file a complaint with the Federal Transit Administration Region Four office, Civic Rights Officer, 230 Peachtree, NW Suite 800, Atlanta, GA 30303.

A signed, written complaint should be filed with the Federal Transit Administration, generally within 180 days of the date of the alleged discrimination. It should describe:

  • Your name, address, and telephone number. Your complaint must be signed. If you are filing on behalf of another person, include your name, address, telephone number, and your relation to that person (e.g., friend, attorney, parent, etc.)
  • The name and address of the agency, institution, or department you believe discriminated against you.
  • How, why, and when you believe you were discriminated against. Include as much background information as possible about the alleged acts of discrimination. Include names of individuals whom you allege discriminated against you, if you know them.
  • The names of any persons, if known, that the investigating agency could contact for additional information to support or clarify your allegations.

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