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Transit Division

For more information on transit routes, programs and services, please visit the CobbLinc web page.

Cobb Community Transit (CCT) started operations on July 10, 1989, providing service along 5 local routes. CCT was re-branded as CobbLinc in 2016 and currently transports an average annual ridership of 2.0 million. 

In 2019, CobbLinc celebrated 30 years of providing transit service in Cobb County and implemented Phase 1 of the CobbLinc Forward Service Recommendations, which included changes to bus schedules and routing, new Sunday local service, a new Rapid 10 route, and the elimination of Routes 10A, 10B, and 10C.  

CobbLinc is operated through a service agreement with a private operator providing complete fixed-route operations, paratransit operations, maintenance, safety, and customer service. 

Services & Programs

Buses operate seven days a week and the hours of operation vary from route to route. All express routes connect with MARTA Rail Stations and downtown employment centers. CobbLinc offers the following services and programs:  

  • Fixed route service (nine routes)
  • Express service (five routes - two of which are Atlanta-Region Transit Link Authority Xpress routes)
  • Paratransit service
  • Transportation Voucher Program
  • Demand-response service (FLEX) in three zones
  • Circulator service (two free routes in the Cumberland area)
  • Park-and-ride facilities (Acworth, Busbee, Floyd Road, Mableton, Marietta, & Town Center/Big Shanty)
  • Transfer centers (Marietta Transfer Center & Cumberland Transfer Center)


Buses are equipped with Wi-Fi and automatic vehicle location (AVL) technology, which allows customers to track buses in real time, provides automatic passenger counts, and enables real-time signage on board. 

The total fleet consists of 122 buses, including: 

  • 73 40-foot local buses
  • 18 45-foot express buses
  • 31 paratransit buses

Customer Service & Paratransit Center

The CobbLinc Customer Service & Paratransit Center was constructed in 2015. The facility accommodates CobbLinc paratransit operations, including paratransit reservations, scheduling and dispatch, paratransit certifications, travel training, and employee and bus parking. Cobb County Senior Services also occupies space and operates the Transportation Voucher Program from this facility. 

The facility includes a “Learning Center” for travel training programs, which provide training for seniors and individuals with disabilities to help build confidence as bus riders and encourage  transitioning from paratransit service to the less costly fixed route service.