MARTA to Edgewood

Edgewood is a historic Atlanta neighborhood that is surrounded by Candler Park, Reynoldstown, East Atlanta and Kirkwood. Up until 1909, Edgewood was an independent town, and the tree-filled area today has single-family bungalow homes, apartments, lofts, schools and its own MARTA station: Edgewood/Candler Park. Area amenities include retail stores and restaurants in the Edgewood Retail District, including Kroger, Target and […]

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Living in Downtown Decatur

Downtown Decatur is a very walkable neighborhood directly above the Decatur MARTA station on the blue line. The area is full of shops, restaurants, housing and special events. Other amenities include a public library, public pools and recreation center. Explore amenities and perks of living in downtown Decatur below. Fun Festivals and outdoor concerts PATH Stone Mountain […]

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Kirkwood Neighborhood

Kirkwood is a historic family-friendly neighborhood east of downtown Atlanta that was developed as a streetcar suburb. With a commercial district, restaurants, parks, library, fire station, post office and police station, it has a small-town feel despite being close to the city. Annual events include the Spring Fling and Kirkwood Wine Stroll, or explore the Trolley PATH trail, […]

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MARTA to Mozley Park

In between the West Lake and Ashby MARTA stations, Mozley Park is a historic neighborhood and park west of downtown Atlanta. The area is primarily residential with an elementary school and public park (Mozley Park). The park features a swimming pool, playground, softball fields, basketball courts and a tennis court. Additionally, the PATH Lionel Hampton trail also […]

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MARTA to Glenwood Park

Glenwood Park is a mixed-use community near East Atlanta and Grant Park. Amenities include easy access to I-20 and the BeltLine trail, green bulidings, a large park and two grocery stores (Publix and Kroger). In addition to a single family homes, condos and apartments, there’s also a few restaurants including Vickery’s Bar and Grill, The Shed […]

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MARTA to Cumming

Cumming is about 40 miles north of downtown Atlanta near Lake Lanier. It is not near a MARTA station, but there is commuter bus service to the area from MARTA rail. Explore transit options to and from Cumming below. Tip: If your trip starts in Cumming, you need to pay the driver exact cash to […]

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MARTA to Palmetto, GA

Palmetto, GA is a small city closest to the College Park MARTA station on the red/gold rail line. The city is a 45-minute bus ride from the station via bus 180 — Palmetto is the very last stop on the route. For real-time bus arrivals, use the OneBusAway website or app. The MARTA on the Go […]

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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 […]

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MARTA to the Buckhead Village

The Buckhead Village is the historic residential and commercial area between Piedmont Road, Peachtree Road and Pharr Road. Closet to the Buckhead MARTA station, the area once contained a large number of bars and clubs. Today the village is anchored by the Buckhead Theatre and fewer, but higher end nightlife venues including Fado Irish Pub and Buckhead Bottle […]

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MARTA to Morningside

Morningside is an intown Atlanta neighborhood filled with attractive older homes next to Piedmont Park and Virginia Highland. There’s a small commercial area on N. Highland Avenue near the intersection with Lanier Blvd. with restaurants and businesses including Doc Cheys, Family Dog (a restaurant with regular live music), Alon’s Bakery and Natural Body Day Spa. Saturday mornings […]

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MARTA to Poncey Highland

Poncey Highland is hip Atlanta neighborhood with restaurants, shops and nightlife venues. Attractions include the Highland Inn and Highland Inn Ballroom, Plaza Theater, Manuel’s Tavern, MJQ, Clermont Lounge and the Majestic Diner. A variety of housing options, including single-family houses from the 1920s, historic lofts and apartment buildings, along with a Publix and Kroger, make the neighborhood […]

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MARTA to Castleberry Hill

Castleberry Hill is an eclectic and artistic neighborhood just southwest of downtown Atlanta near the Mercedes-Benz Stadium and three MARTA stations (see area map). The Castleberry Hill Art Stroll is a regular event, and there are numerous historic warehouse buildings in the area along with restaurants and unique housing options. Getting to the neighborhood from […]

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MARTA to the Oakhurst Village

The Oakhurst Village is near downtown Decatur and the East Lake MARTA station. It is popular area with young families and the village has restaurants, bars, businesses and coffee shops at the intersection of East Lake Drive and Oakview Road. Festivals (such as Porchfest) and the Oakhurst Jazz at Scottish Rite are local favorites. Directions Take a […]

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MARTA to the Emory Village

The Emory Village is located next to the Emory University campus on N. Decatur Road and has a small number of restaurants and businesses in addition to special events. Two MARTA bus routes travel here: Bus 6 departs from the Inman Park and Lindbergh Stations Bus 36 departs from the Midtown and Decatur Stations Exit the […]

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MARTA to the Inman Park Village

The Inman Park Village is located on N. Highland Avenue near Elizabeth Street in the Inman Park neighborhood. You’ll find condos, apartments, shops and restaurants here as well as the BeltLine Eastside Trail and the Freedom Park PATH trail. Restaurant highlights include the Parish, Fritti, Sotto Sotto, Hampton + Hudson Bread & Butterfly and Barcelona […]

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MARTA to Ansley Park

Built between 1904 and 1930, the Ansley Park Historic District is a neighborhood known for its large stately homes on winding, tree-lined streets just a few steps away from bustling Midtown Atlanta. There are several parks in the area with beautiful gardens, water features and playgrounds, plus easy access to a golf course and the Atlanta Botanical Garden. […]

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MARTA to Marietta

MARTA trains and buses do not travel to Marietta. However, there are several options for commuting there on transit via CobbLinc and car services. See below to explore options. MARTA + Uber/Lyft The fastest option is to combine a MARTA rail trip with a Lyft or Uber ride. If you are trying to get to […]

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MARTA to Cabbagetown

Cabbagetown is an intown neighborhood next to Oakland Cemetery that’s known for the Krog Tunnel and the yearly Chomp and Stomp chili and bluegrass festival. It is also home to the Cotton Mill Lofts, historic shotgun houses, Little’s Food Store and restaurants including Agave and Carroll Street Cafe. The closest MARTA stations to Cabbagetown are the King […]

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MARTA to Lawrenceville

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 […]

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MARTA to Roswell

Roswell is a north Atlanta suburb closest to the North Springs MARTA station on the red line. The commute requires a bus ride or request a Lyft or Uber car at the train station. Explore the two Roswell buses below and for schedules and real-time bus locations on a map, use the MARTA on the […]

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MARTA to the East Atlanta Village

East Atlanta is a hip and artsy neighborhood southeast of downtown Atlanta. The East Atlanta Village (EAV) is in the center of it all where you’ll find unique restaurants, bars and music venues. Housing is primarily bungalow-style homes and Brownwood Park is the neighborhood greenspace. The Inman Park MARTA station on the blue/green rail line is closest to […]

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MARTA to Little 5 Points

Little 5 Points is a funky commercial district full of restaurants, bars, unique shops and nightlife venues near the Inman Park MARTA station on the blue and green rail lines. Don’t miss the neighborhood’s annual Halloween Festival and Parade, soccer games at the Brewhouse Cafe, a show at Variety Playhouse or a burger at The […]

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MARTA to Virginia-Highland

Virginia-Highland is one of the more popular and walkable neighborhoods in Atlanta, full of restaurants, bars, boutique shops and nightlife. With a CVS Pharmacy, hardware store, post office, exercise studios and nearby grocery stores, it is also one of the few places where it is relatively easy to live without a car. Don’t miss the […]

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