No MARTA service on Monday due to Irma

MARTA has suspended all service on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017 due to hazardous weather conditions. According to the National Weather Service, Atlanta is under a Tropical Storm Warning until further notice, with wind gusts up to 55 mph possible. Additionally, a flash flood watch is in effect until Tuesday. Visit the MARTA website (www.itsmarta.com) or […]

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5 Atlanta Transit Wins in 2016

Once called Terminus after its many railroads, Atlanta is slowly regaining ground as a transit city thanks to voters, city leaders, new organizations and those passionate about making a difference. As 2016 comes to a close, it’s important to acknowledge the progress the city has made — from trains and buses to bikes and the BeltLine. Here are five of […]

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2015 MARTA Year in Review

MARTA was busy in 2015. Service expansion, new initiatives and awards were just some of the things that made this year stand out. Here are 10 of the top developments in 2015 to celebrate. 1. MARTA Expands to Clayton County Clayton County bus service started in March and additional bus routes were throughout the year, making 2015 as the first jurisdictional […]

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5 Atlanta Transit Wins in 2014

For the first time in a few years, Atlanta has some celebrating to do in regard to public transit. And it isn’t just MARTA getting a little smarter. Here are the top five new developments in 2014 to toast. 1. Increased MARTA Frequency As of May 19, frequency of trains increased to every 10 minutes from […]

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