Cobb DOT: SPLOST reduces accidents
by Sarah Westwood
04:00 AM, Tuesday, July 22
MARIETTA — Cobb County roads have become significantly safer in the years since a series of SPLOST improvements were completed, according to a new study from the county’s transportation department. The 2013 study focused on the number of crashes a...

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