Five Points Station

Home to Station Soccer, the Five Points MARTA station is in downtown Atlanta at 30 Alabama Street. It is a major bus hub and trains on all rail lines stop at the station. Explore station amenities, destinations in walking distance, crime stats and more below.

Fun Fact: The facade of the Eiseman Building (pictured above) is on display in the station. It was torn down during MARTA construction.

Station Amenities

Area Amenities

  • Banks
  • Pharmacies
  • Post office
  • Jobs/office buildings
  • Fast food
  • Woodruff Park
  • Georgia State University

Train Schedules

Use the MARTA on the Go app for real-time train arrivals and station schedules or plan your Train service starts around 5 a.m. on weekdays and 6 a.m. on weekends. As of March 30, 2020, train frequency is every 20 minutes until further notice. Use the MARTA on the Go app or for real-time train arrivals or view temporary train schedules.

Commute Times

16 minutes to the Airport
9 minutes to H.E. Holmes
11 minutes to Bankhead
20 minutes to Indian Creek
24 minutes to Doraville
27 minutes to North Springs


The Five Points station is the busiest in the system and has the most reported crimes, although that number is still low at about 40 or less reported crimes per year (source: MARTA Crime Stats). Outside the station, the immediate area has high crime reports (especially south of the station). In general, we recommend using a different downtown train station for your commute unless you are using Five Points to transfer trains or work in a building next door.

Walk To


The Five Points MARTA station is a major bus hub with service to destinations around the city. Look for signage outside the station to find the pick up/drop off spot for the following bus routes:

Tip: Use the Forsyth Street exit to reach GRTA Xpress buses to the suburbs.


There is no parking at this station and passenger pick-up or drop-off is not easy.

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