The transit agency is wiping down rail cars and buses, offering hand sanitizer, and changing service schedules.
Architect: "We’re activating the site and creating a place people will choose to be."
The coronavirus outbreak is forcing Atlantans indoors, and transit officials say slimmer services could result.
About one-third of apartments at the Grant Park mixed-use development will be earmarked for lower rent prices.
Expect new apartments—some affordable—and retail space to replace surface parking at the transit hub.
And advocates for good urbanism aren’t upset about it.
The goal is to create a report on the future of transit investment by year’s end.
Just months after a majority of voters turned down the possibility, officials are back at the drawing board.
Spruce-ups continue around the busy station, with a livelier West Peachtree frontage planned.
After $250K grant, subjects could earn free MARTA passes, cash, transportation counseling, and more.
Soccer in the Streets installment has broken ground next to East Point’s MARTA station.
The DeKalb Avenue pedestrian bridge is soon to be back in business.
Atlanta’s first driverless vehicle service will ferry passengers between Assembly Yards and nearby MARTA stop.
Fortunately, MARTA’s heavy rail network impressed.
The dilemma could be resolved today, but long lines still await travelers crossing TSA checkpoints.
New transit authority continues to put operational pieces together, moving toward 2023 launch date.
Renovating the Hotel Clermont cost twice as much.
Rail-connected project for Atlanta youth dance group is scheduled to break ground Thursday.
As Atlanta’s love for soccer blooms, Westside parents are grateful kids have another place to play after the bell rings.
Some activists worry the Beltline won’t get the transit system it deserves; MARTA’s public survey closes next week.
Because who doesn’t want to spice up their underground commute with a musical?
Report: Atlanta transit system has logged ridership dips for two years running, despite boost in transit desirability.
Advocacy group Beltline Rail Now! is here to help.
Cortland Decatur East has topped out, with hopes of opening in August.
It’s official: The region’s various transit agencies will operate under a unified name by 2023.
Is this really happening in Georgia?
Development could fill a small lot ruled by an entrance to Peachtree Center MARTA Station.
The line will connect downtown to Georgia State’s redevelopment around former Turner Field.
A bill has passed in each chamber that would allow for increased funding for transit across the region.
The project would connect from North Avenue Station to Arts Center, transforming Cypress Street and Peachtree Walk.
Tentative images show remake of East Lake station, as final public hearing draws near.
From Chamblee to Edgewood, development adjacent to MARTA stations is changing the game for transit agency.
Along with the 16-story office and retail spaces, a new hotel is also in the works.
Qualified painters requested for $20K initiative to spruce up transit center’s concrete walls.