Gold Line Map, Stations, Schedule

MARTA Gold LineThe MARTA gold line travels northeast from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport through downtown, Midtown and Buckhead to Brookhaven, Chamblee and Doraville (see map). Some of Atlanta’s major business centers are near gold line stations as well as international areas featuring food from around the world.

Things to Know: The gold line is near I-85 and all stations between Lindbergh Center and Doraville have free daily parking that’s convenient to the interstate.


Airport | College Park | East Point| Lakewood| Oakland City| West End| Garnett | Five Points | Peachtree Center | Civic Center | North Avenue | Midtown | Arts Center | Lindbergh Center| Lenox| Brookhaven| Chamblee| Doraville


Gold Line Weekday Schedule
Gold Line Saturday Schedule
Gold Line Sunday Schedule

Gold line hours are approximately 4:45 a.m. to 1:15 a.m. on weekdays and 6 a.m. to 1:15 a.m. on weekends and holidays. Download the MARTA on the Go App for the next arriving trains in real-time, especially for weekend travel when ongoing track work frequently alters normal rail schedules. Typically trains are every 10 to 12 minutes on weekdays and slow to every 20 minutes after 8 p.m. and on weekends/holidays.

Tip: Plan your trip with Google Maps to view which train to board in order to arrive at your destination on time.


North of Atlanta, free daily parking along the gold line is available at the Doraville, Chamblee, Brookhaven, Lenox and Lindbergh Center MARTA stations. South of downtown Atlanta, daily parking is available at West End, Oakland City, Lakewood, East Point and College Park.

Paid overnight parking is available at Doraville, Brookhaven, Lenox, Lindbergh Center and College Park stations.

Learn more about MARTA parking.


Most of Atlanta’s hotels are near the gold line in downtown and Midtown. The Peachtree Center, Civic Center, North Avenue, Midtown and Arts Center stations have many options if you’re looking for accommodations. There’s also a gold line station in Buckhead, the Lenox MARTA station, with additional hotels to choose from.

View the list of hotels near each station to plan your trip.


Most of the major attractions on the gold line are shared by the red line (the two lines service many of the same stations in the city). Highlights of places to visit include:


There are plenty of great places to eat at along MARTA’s gold line. Some of the top-rated restaurants (and our favorites) near MARTA stations include:


Stop by for a happy hour or evening out at one of these bars along the gold line:

  • Meehan’s Public House (Peachtree Center)
  • Sidebar (Peachtree Center)
  • Polaris (Peachtree Center)
  • Max Lager’s Wood-Fired Grill & Brewery (Civic Center)
  • Publik Draft House (North Avenue)
  • Cypress Street Pint and Plate (North Avenue or Midtown)
  • Taco Mac (Midtown, Lindbergh Center)
  • Hudson Grille (Midtown, Brookhaven)
  • Ri Ra (Midtown)
  • Fado Irish Pub (Midtown)
  • Eleventh Street Pub (Midtown)
  • Bucket Shop Cafe (Lenox)
  • Pub 71 (Brookhaven)
  • Wing Factory (Chamblee)
  • Southbound (Chamblee)
  • East Point Corner Tavern (East Point)


  • Georgia Tech
  • Georgia State University
  • Google
  • Coca-Cola
  • Fox Sports
  • Pardot
  • AT&T
  • Federal Reserve
  • Norfolk Southern
  • Ernst & Young
  • Southern Company
  • American Cancer Society
  • Turner Broadcasting
  • Emory University Hospital Midtown
  • Cricket Wireless Headquarters
  • Federal Aviation Administration
  • Hartsfield-Jackson Airport
  • City of Atlanta


If you’re relocating to Atlanta or moving closer to transit to improve your commute, the following neighborhoods are along the MARTA gold line:

More Information

MARTA Red Line
MARTA Blue Line
MARTA Green Line