Cobb Community Transit (CCT) is your number one public transportation option throughout Cobb County and to Downtown Atlanta via Fixed, Express or Paratransit services. CCT strives to provide a transit network that is convenient, accessible, customer-focused, safe, reliable and efficient.

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“Guaranteed Ride Home (otherwise known as GRH) provides commuters, who regularly take transit, with a reliable ride home when one of life's unexpected emergencies arise. Commuters are able to use GRH for unexpected personal emergencies and unscheduled overtime up to four times a year. Best of all, the ride home by cab, rental car, bus, or train is FREE!

Commuters must be registered in advance of an emergency to receive GRH benefits. You will receive a Commuter ID card with a personal registration number. Use the card when you need GRH services, up to 4 times each year. Commuter Connections has created a network of providers offering several transportation options to get commuters home quickly and safely.” Register here.


CCT News

2015 Stuff-A-Bus Schedule

Stuff-a-Bus is Cobb County’s unique holiday program that stuffs an entire bus with toys, coats, bikes and canned goods for the less fortunate. Stuff-a-Bus will run from December 3rd to December 11th

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CCT - Holiday Schedules

Please review the information below for a detailed look at dates and times surrounding the 2015 Holiday Season (If you have questions, please call CCT Customer Service at 770-427-4444):

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Spring Street Construction - Potential Route Impact

A major construction project will begin Tuesday September 2 on Spring Street in Downtown Atlanta. While the construction will not cause Route detours, passengers should be aware that the schedules of Routes 100, 101, 470, 475, and 480 will likely be impacted.

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Grant funds electric vehicle charging stations

Eight electric vehicle charging stations available for public use have been installed at Cobb Community Transit's Marietta Transfer Station and Busbee Park and Ride. Each location has four chargers and this initiative promotes CCT ridership from electric vehicle commuters. 

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CCT Flex Update

Cobb Community Transit (CCT) is preparing a phased implementation plan for advancing sustainable transit options that connect to employment and improve quality of life serving the southern portion of Cobb County.

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CCT Fares

There will be no change in fares for the elderly, disabled, youth or paratransit passengers. There is no increase in cost for a Breeze Card. Below is a listing of fares effective October 3, 2011.

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Transferring to MARTA

Effective October 2, 2011, all passengers will be required to use a Breeze Card to transfer free from CCT to MARTA and bus operators will no longer issue bus to rail transfers.

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