Green Line

MARTA Green Line map

The MARTA green line runs east and west through downtown Atlanta to stations that are primarily in residential areas. One unique feature of the green line is that the trains only have two rail cars (versus the standard four), so the trains are shorter and often less crowded than the four-car trains.


*Free daily parking


Green 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 or view online at


The few Atlanta hotels that are in walking distance of green line stations are in downtown Atlanta, including Fairfield Inn & Suites next to the Five Points station and the Omni and Glenn hotels near the GWCC/State Farm Arena MARTA station.


Although the green line is short, it does span many historic areas and provides service to performance venues. Choose from the following major attractions or combine several on one trip:


Because the green line is short, there aren’t as many restaurants on the line compared to the other rail lines, although there are plenty of fast food options. If you’re looking for a nicer meal, we recommend these unique restaurants:

  • Bottle Rock Fine Food (GWCC/State Farm Arena)
  • Glenn’s Kitchen (GWCC/State Farm Arena)
  • Augustine’s (King Memorial)
  • Daddy D’s (King Memorial)
  • Ria’s Bluebird (King Memorial)
  • Noni’s (King Memorial)
  • One Eared Stag (Inman Park)
  • Wrecking Bar (Inman Park)
  • Fox Bros. Bar-BQ (Inman Park or Candler Park)


  • CNN
  • Grady Hospital
  • Georgia State University
  • Carter Center
  • City of Atlanta
  • Federal Government


The following neighborhoods listed west to east are next to green line stations, including many hip areas east of downtown Atlanta:

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