Although Kennesaw is not serviced by MARTA, there is commuter bus service that connects Kennesaw to several MARTA stations. See below for the different commute options via Cobb Community Transit (CCT), though commute times are very long. Be sure to add cash value to your Breeze Card in order to pay the regional bus fare when boarding a bus at a MARTA station. When traveling from CCT to MARTA, a free transfer to a train is included.
Express to Town Center/Busbee Park and Ride
CCT bus 100 has express service from the Five Points and Civic Center MARTA stations to the Town Center Park and Ride and the Busbee Park and Ride lot in Kennesaw. Use the Forsyth Street exit at the Five Points MARTA station or exit the Civic Center MARTA station via the northbound train platform. Buses only depart from MARTA in the afternoon/early evening on weekdays and leave Kennesaw to travel to Atlanta on weekday mornings. Commute time is about one hour.
Kennesaw State University
If Kennesaw State University is your destination, CCT bus 40 and 45 both travel from the Marietta Transfer Center to Kennesaw State University. However, you still have to get from MARTA to the Marietta Transfer Center. Do this by taking a red or gold line train to the Arts Center MARTA station and following the signs to the buses and transfer to CCT 10 to reach the Marietta Transfer Center. From there, connect with bus 40 or 45 (both routes also have multiple stops on the way to Kennesaw). Commute time is about two hours, but the bus does operate throughout the day from 5:30 a.m. to midnight to Marietta (Monday-Saturday).