The North Springs MARTA Station is at the end of the red line at 7010 Peachtree Dunwoody Road. It is the closest station to Roswell and Alpharetta, making it popular with commuters. Request a taxi, Uber or Lyft car if your destination is in the northern suburbs for the quickest and easiest commute. Otherwise, there are limited amenities in walking distance besides one apartment community.
To get to the North Springs MARTA station, board a red line, northbound train labeled North Springs. If you need to transfer from the blue or green line to red, go to the Five Points station and follow signs to the Northbound platform on the lower level.
Note: After 8:30 p.m., you can only connect with a North Springs train at the Lindbergh Center MARTA station.
Rail service begins at North Springs at 4:51 a.m. on weekdays and 6:01 a.m. on weekends and ends around 1 a.m. Train frequency is every 20 minutes on the weekend, nights and on most holidays. Trains are most frequent on weekdays between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. Plan your trip with Google Maps to get rail information.
11 minutes to Buckhead
22 minutes to Midtown
27 minutes to Five Points
43 minutes to the Airport
There is free daily parking and long-term parking for $8/day in a large parking garage.
Ga. 400 runs next to the station, but you can only enter the station if you are traveling southbound, and can only re-enter Ga. 400 going northbound. When traveling via car, the North Springs station has its own exit (5C) off of Georgia 400 (see map). You can also use the Peachtree Dunwoody Road station entrance. Both street entrances to the station have areas for passenger pick up, with an area near the station exit exit and and area inside the parking deck.
Buses that depart from this station go to Alpharetta and Roswell, including park and rides at Windward Parkway and Mansell Road.
- 85 Roswell / Mansell Road
- 87 Roswell Road / Morgan Falls
- 140 North Point Parkway
- 141 Haynes Bridge Road / Milton
- 143 Windward Park & Ride
- 185 Alpharetta / Old Milton Parkway