The regular MARTA fare is $2.50 for a one-way trip. You can pay exact cash, but only on buses, otherwise, fare must be added to a reloadable Breeze Card ($2) or a $1 disposable paper ticket. You can purchase the fare card or ticket, along with fare, at all MARTA rail stations or online.
To help protect bus drivers during the coronavirus pandemic, it is free to ride the bus starting March 26, 2020. Enter the bus via the rear side door away from the driver. For more information, see the AJC’s article and information on how to ride MARTA buses.
See below for more details on fare options and discounts for children, students, disabled individuals, senior citizens and groups.
$2.50 with four free transfers allowed within a 3-hour period (transfers cannot be used for roundtrips)
Children 46 inches and under can ride MARTA for free. Limit two children per paying adult
Senior Citizens, Disabled Riders and Medicare Recipients
$1.00 (view details)
MARTA Mobility Paratransit
$4.00 (learn more)
Passes provide unlimited rides within a certain time period and may be the cheaper fare option if you plan to ride MARTA multiple times on one day. They are activated on first day of use.
1 Day Pass
2 Day Pass
3 Day Pass
4 Day Pass
7 Day Pass
30 Day Pass
Special Fare Programs
Requires a purchase of 200 or more day passes.
University Pass Program
$68.50 monthly (students)
View participating colleges
Student Pass Program
View participating K-12 schools
Employer Partnership Program
Tap your Breeze Card to enter and exit rail stations to receive a free transfer from train to bus. There are also free transfers from bus to train and bus to bus, including free transfers from MARTA to GRTA Xpress, Cobb Community Transit and Gwinett County Transit. View more information about transferring from MARTA to a regional bus service and see regional transit maps to plan your trip.
Call 404-848-5000 to protect the balance on your Breeze Card.