If you need to do some banking or use an ATM, there are several Bank of America’s near train stations:
In the heart of downtown Atlanta, this full-service banking location is less than a block away from MARTA. Follow the signs to the Peachtree Street exit at street level, and immediately after exiting the fare gates turn left and go up the escalator to the Broad Street Plaza near the RideStore. Walk across the plaza, cross over Marietta Street and turn right on Marietta.
Also downtown, a Bank of America ATM is next to the Peachtree Center MARTA station. Follow the signs “To Harris Street” from the train platform. Exit the fare gates and follow the signs again to Peachtree Street East. At street level turn right.
The Bank of America Plaza sits next to the North Avenue station, with an ATM directly across the street from the station entrance. Take the West Peachtree Street exit out of the station and walk across North Avenue to get there.
Exit the station on 10th Street and turn right. Turn left at the first stoplight on Peachtree Street and walk about block to reach a bank branch.
Take the northernmost exit out of the station (toward MARTA headquarters) and walk straight out of the station to Lindbergh Lane and walk about two blocks. Turn right when the street comes to a dead end. The bank is on the next corner, across Piedmont Road.
Take the Peachtree Road exit out of the station and after walking through the fare gates, take the first set of stairs, or the escalator, out of the station and turn left at street level. Walk about two blocks and the bank will be on the left across from Lenox Square Mall.
The Dunwoody bank branch is a 15-minute walk away from the Dunwoody MARTA station. Exit the fare gates and turn right to walk down the corridor and down the stairs. At street level turn right and follow the sidewalk between the parking garages to enter Perimeter Mall. Walk all the way through the mall, exit the mall and turn left on Ashford Dunwoody Road and walk about a block.
Take the Church Street exit out of the station and turn left on Church Street. Turn left again on E. Ponce de Leon Avenue and right on Clairemont.
Just south of downtown on the red/gold line, this Bank of America branch is directly across the street from the station.
Also on the south red/gold line, the East Point MARTA station is about a block away from the Bank of America on Thompson Road, which dead ends across the street from the station.