Cobb County Department of Transportation officials are seeking public comments - at SurveyMonkey.com/r/CobbLincForward - on their five-year plan, titled CobbLinc Forward, for the county’s bus network. Courtesy of Cobb County

CobbLinc bus survey open for comments

Comments are requested from the public by Cobb County Department of Transportation officials on their five-year plan, titled CobbLinc Forward, for the county’s bus network.

CobbLinc Forward will provide Sunday service, better service to more customers, major improvements to system reliability and to on-time performance and better match service levels with transit markets, according to a county statement, with new services proposed by Route 10X and the TNC Partnership Zone and proposed changes to 15 service lines.

Route 10X will provide:

  • 15-minute peak service.
  • fast, direct service between KSU-Kennesaw and KSU-Marietta campuses.
  • new, frequent service on Cobb Parkway and to downtown Atlanta.
  • use of managed lanes.

TNC Partnership Zone will provide:

  • riders with a discounted rate on taxi, Lyft or Uber rides within the service zone.
  • on-demand service in Austell and Powder Springs areas in south Cobb.
  • connections to transit network.
  • faster response times and more direct trips than current Flex service.

Information: 770-528-1539, fax: 770-528-4360, email eric.meyer@CobbCounty.org or write CobbLinc at 463 Commerce Park Drive, Suite 112, Marietta, GA 30060.

CobbLinc Survey: SurveyMonkey.com/r/CobbLincForward

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