Truist Park is the Atlanta Braves baseball stadium in Cobb County. It is not near a MARTA station, but there are several transit commute options to choose from. See below to explore your options.
MARTA + Uber or Lyft
Uber or Lyft paired with MARTA is the fastest way to get to the new Braves stadium unless you live or work nearby. There are three MARTA stations that are all about a 15-minute car ride away (that’s 15 minutes without traffic). Request a car at the Arts Center, Medical Center or Dunwoody station. During rush hour, we recommend using the Medical Center or Dunwoody MARTA stations as they are closer to the stadium.
CobbLinc Bus 10
Cobb County’s CobbLinc bus 10 departs from the Arts Center MARTA station and travels near SunTrust Park Monday through Saturday. It is free to transfer from MARTA to CobbLinc, but on the return trip you will need to have at least $2.50 cash value on your Breeze Card. You can add value on your Breeze Card at a MARTA station or online.
Exit the bus at Cobb Parkway and Windy Ridge Parkway near the Taco Bell and KFC, approximately 30 minutes away. From the bus stop, walk 10 minutes up Windy Ridge Parkway and through the Battery to reach one of the stadium entrances (view map).
For more information, see How to Ride CobbLinc.
MARTA Bus 12
The longest commute option, MARTA bus 12 departs from the Midtown MARTA station and travels to the Cumberland Mall Transfer Center via Howell Mill Road and Northside Parkway. It is a very long bus ride from the MARTA station, approximately 45 minutes. From there, connect with the Cumberland Circular shuttle (blue or green line) to reach the stadium Monday through Saturday. Shuttles run every 30 minutes. You can also walk about 25 minutes to the stadium from the transfer center.