It's all about connections
across town and around the world
With a central location and an interstate, air, and rail
infrastructure that moves product to 80 percent of the nation’s
population within two days, Cobb County is a model for the
The third most trafficked airport in Georgia, Cobb County International Airport – McCollum Field (RYY) is a public airport centrally located in Cobb and close to the central business district of Atlanta. Cobb’s airport is only second to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to have on-site international customs services to accommodate international clients and businesses. Also, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL), the most connected airport on the globe, is located only 20 miles from the center of Cobb.
ROADS AND INTERSTATES
Cobb is accessed by four premier interstate highways, along with more than 2,000 miles of roads, state highways, and commercial rail lines. Hundreds of millions of dollars in local funding have been invested in transportation development – more than any other existing Georgia community. Georgia’s six interstates connect to 80 percent of the U.S. population within a two-day truck drive.
Cobb County Transit (CCT), the second-largest transit system in Georgia, offers service within Cobb County and to downtown Atlanta, linked with the MARTA rail system and the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
Cobb’s accessible and reliable rail transportation is essential to the many manufacturers requiring raw materials from other locations such as Georgia’s deep-water ports at Savannah and Brunswick.
Utilities & Water
Cobb is serviced by a number of electrical providers, all offering a reliable, uninterrupted power supply. Water, sewer and storm water management is supplied by Cobb County Water System (CCWS), the only independently funded water system in the U.S.