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See and Say App
Report problems via a smartphone app to reach MARTA police anonymously in real-time. Can be used to report nuisance behavior such as loud music, smoking or panhandling. Or report problems with facilities or stations. Provide as much detailed information as possible (station, direction of travel, train car number, bus route, time of day, description of person causing issues) and/or use the built in camera to take pictures.
Regional Travel FAQ
MARTA only operates in the Atlanta area and does not travel to the suburbs. See below for alternate travel options and contact information for questions on travel to Cobb, Gwinett and other area counties. Most routes are not very frequent and some do not operate on the weekend. Your best bet is to use MARTA with a taxi or Uber. Sign up with Uber to get $20 off your first ride using the promo code MARTAGuide.
For information on travel to Cobb County using Cobb County Transit, please call 770-427-4444.
MARTA bus 12 from the Midtown MARTA station is the only MARTA route to Cobb, terminating at the Cumberland Transfer Center behind Cumberland Mall. The Sandy Springs station is closest to East Cobb (you will need to use a taxi or Uber from the station). The H.E. Holmes station is closest to Austell. For the Cumberland and Vinings area, take Uber from the Midtown or Medical Center stations.
For information on travel to Gwinnett using Gwinnett County Transit, please call 770-822-5010.
The Doraville MARTA station is closest to Norcross, Duluth, Lilburn and Lawrenceville. Use the Indian Creek MARTA station for Snellville. You will need to use a taxi or Uber or arrange for another ride.
For information on travel using GRTA Xpress, call 404-463-4782. They offer additional routes that travel to cities all around the metro area, including to Newnan, Conyers, McDonough and Woodstock (see system map).