Lawrenceville, Georgia is northeast of Atlanta and does not have rail service. You can use Gwinnett County Transit (GCT) system to reach Lawrenceville from MARTA rail or combine a MARTA train ride with a Lyft, Uber or taxi. Explore options below.
MARTA + Car
Take a gold line train to the Doraville MARTA station at the end of the gold line and request a car. Note that the car ride will be approximately 30 minutes.
MARTA + Commuter Bus
Take a northbound train to the Doraville station and transfer to GCT bus 10A (Monday-Saturday only). This bus goes to the Gwinnett Transfer Center. From there, transfer to GCT bus 40 which only operates Monday-Friday.
This is a total monster of a commute, be advised. Not counting the time it might take you to get to the Doraville or Lindbergh station, from there, you are looking at 35 minutes to the transfer center. If you need to travel onward into Lawrenceville, the end of the line on Route 40 at Sugarloaf Parkway and Five Forks Trickum Road is another hour.
For additional options, view GRTA Xpress commuter bus routes that connect with downtown Atlanta and travel to Gwinnett.