Visit our Transportation Procurement and Bidding page, which provides information on how to view and respond to bidding opportunities as well as relevant policies and procedures (e.g., Procurement Policy, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Participation Policy).
The Cobb County Department of Transportation (DOT) develops, manages, and operates Cobb County's transportation system. This system includes a vast network of roadways, sidewalks, and trails; a transit system that provides public transportation; and an airport that serves business and recreational flying needs.
The Director and Deputy Directors oversee all functions of the Cobb DOT.
The activities and functions of Cobb DOT can be divided into six primary service areas:
- Aviation services (Cobb County International Airport)
- Transit services (CobbLinc)
- Comprehensive transportation planning
- Project services
- Road maintenance
- Traffic operations
Cobb DOT also assists with the implementation of several programs that are funded by participants within established districts, including the Street Light District Program, Pedestrian Lighting District Program, and Sidewalk District Program.
The performance dashboard provides an overview of how Cobb DOT is performing on a countywide basis in areas such as mobility, capital improvements, and assessment management and maintenance.