How to get around Cobb without a car
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2022 | FACTBOOK 25
By Hunter Riggall
Though not connected to Metro Atlanta Rapid Transit
Authority (MARTA) trains, famously car-reliant Cobb does
have public transportation options. The county operates
CobbLinc, a bus service with local routes and commuter
routes into Atlanta.
There’s also the Xpress commuter bus service, operated by
the Atlanta-Region Transit Link Authority (The ATL), which
carries commuters from three Cobb stops to Midtown and
Bikeshare programs have also been added in the Town
Center and Cumberland areas, operated by their respective
community improvement districts.
Inaugurated as Cobb County Transit in 1989, CCT was
rebranded as CobbLinc in 2016. The service operates nine
local service routes, five express routes (two of which are in
partnership with The ATL Xpress service), two circulator
routes and one “flex” route, a demand-response service available
in some areas. CobbLinc also offers a paratransit service
(individualized rides without fixed routes or timetables)
within three-quarters of a mile of the 11 fixed routes.
Two transfer centers serve as hubs of the system. One is
located in Marietta on South Marietta Parkway, the other
in Cumberland on Cumberland Boulevard. The Marietta
Transfer Center connects to all local routes except one
(25). It’s located adjacent to the Marietta Park-and-Ride
Lot. The Cumberland Transfer Center, steps from Cumberland
Mall, connects to all but three local routes and
also connects with MARTA bus Route 12.
All CobbLinc buses are equipped with Wi-Fi and
CobbLinc bus fares can be paid using CobbLinc tickets
and passes, MARTA Breeze cards and exact cash (fareboxes
accept bills and coins but cannot produce change).
of an Xpress
bus at the