Cobb County aims to palliate trade woes with new website


Cobb County’s newest website is designed to help commuters bypass traffic, construction and highway closures.

Commissioner Bob Ott pronounced a suspicion came to mind when he suspicion residents should be updated on a water categorical project. Six months and $39,000 later, was born.

Commissioner Ott pronounced a icons, genuine time updates and trade tracker make it’s easy for anyone to use.

“So if we [want to] see that they’re doing highway construction on 285, or what are some of a reader house signs in a county, those are on here. Google maps doesn’t have that,” pronounced Commissioner Ott.

Another vital disproportion is that the website doesn’t tell we how to get from indicate A to indicate B. Some drivers trust it would be work a bit improved with a directions feature.

However, Commissioner Ott pronounced there’s still room for improvement, including adding a Braves track feature.

“If we live in Roswell and you’re going to have to come down to a stadium, we might have, for example, have a braves idol on a screen. You click on it… it’ll tell we a elite track to get to a stadium,” pronounced Commissioner Ott.

For now, Cobb County residents can use a website on their mobile phones or desktops.

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