MARTA to Downtown College Park

College Park was first established in 1890 as Atlantic City and was renamed College Park in 1896. The historic Main Street still exists today next to College Park MARTA station, where you’ll find restaurants and businesses.

Freight rail lines separate the MARTA station from the downtown area, but a nearby stoplight provides access to a pedestrian walkway over the tracks. After crossing over the railroad, immediately turn right on Main Street for the downtown area. Restaurants include Pecan, Noodle, J Mac’s Bar and Grill, Corner Grille and the Feed Store. Off of Main Street you’ll also find a U.S. Post Office, College Park City Hall and a public library.

Turn left on Main Street after crossing the tracks for Suntrust, Enterprise Rent-a-Car and the Airport Park N Bark (though only service animals or small pets in a latched case are allowed on MARTA).

Nearby Destinations

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport
Hotel Indigo College Park
Bill Evans Field and Badgett Stadium

More Information

Atlanta Neighborhood Guide
College Park Station Restaurants
Top 5 Most Walkable MARTA Stations
Navigating the College Park MARTA Station