The iVillage at MLK will feature 14 shipping containers, providing 6,500 square feet of office and retail space in the station parking lot.
A study released by the Atlanta Regional Commission highlights $86 million of bus-related plans, new trails and bikeways.
Concept hints at big changes in store for the MARTA station, between downtown Decatur and Kirkwood.
Emory and CDC annexation marks largest expansion of the city in more than six decades.
Mayors from Cobb, Fulton, and DeKalb counties are mulling top-end Perimeter transit options.
With federal backing, the move could add five stations, drawing train service farther OTP than ever before.
That includes 56 percent of Gwinnett, Georgia’s second most populous county.
Don’t Forget to Dream by Ryan Coleman now adorns Broad Street Plaza, adjacent to the MARTA station.
The incorporation of the University into the city limits will likely happen after the mayoral election.
Where Decatur meets Atlanta, East Lake station is in search of a new, more neighborhood-friendly identity.
As part of its new "Artbound" program, MARTA is actively restoring many of its original artworks found in the transit system’s rail stations.
And then—just maybe—$2.6 billion in expected tax revenue could make your MARTA train or streetcar pipe dream come true.
Week in and week out, riders flock to MARTA’s Five Points, College Park, and Atlanta airport rail stations.
Is the system crucial only to those who use it, or does it have a much broader impact on all Atlantans?
Trackside development will contain offices, retail, and a rooftop deck.
MARTA-adjacent property is emblematic of changing times on the formerly industrial ITP corridor.
Planned 15 units join a construction explosion around eastside transit station.
Modular apartments will bring 385 living options, 414 parking spaces, and 8,000 square feet of retail.
System-wide rollout could take years, but easier payment method could spread to other transit agencies in the metro.
Proponents hoped the catastrophe would mark a permanent shift toward public transit. It didn’t.
Building off models in other cities, Atlanta could boost transportation, affordable housing initiatives through similar scheme, adviser argues.
New apartment block "Alexan North Station" replaces single-family homes near North Springs Station.
Upon annexation, Emory would be the sixth major university within city limits.
Long-abandoned, two-story brick building near transit will get a new lease on life, plans suggest.
Mayor Kasim Reed wants beleaguered (but improving) Atlanta Streetcar system transferred to MARTA within months.
H.E. Holmes Station could soon be home to a mini-development built out of shipping containers.
Statistical analysis finds that major investment will be a boon for transit, but it must be done wisely to get the most impact.
A range of Georgia leaders (none from MARTA or Atlanta) will provide the House of Representatives a report by the end of the year.
Large blank wall at Broad Street Plaza near Five Points will soon be an open canvas for artists.
Leader of suburban development Avalon, urban revitalization of Colony Square, notes bridge collapse as defining moment for transit.
Trackside development officially breaks ground alongside the Gold MARTA line in ITP city.
Transportation woes continue as a fire breaks out Thursday evening on a train beneath Midtown. Seriously, what next?
Nearly $3 billion worth of federal funding expected for Atlanta could vanish with new budget proposal.
Initiative by the city brings data from array of sources including Waze, MARTA, Relay bike share, and the Georgia DOT.
In the wake of the Interstate 85 collapse, Atlanta traffic has (expectedly) gotten worse, forcing public transit and ride-sharing services to vie for riders.
Could the collapse of a crucial interstate lead metro Atlantans toward a paradigm shift of adopting alternate means of transportation?
With metro Atlantans flocking to transit, here's all you need to know to jump on board and avoid the traffic.
In total, a variety of 273 new places for Atlantans to call home are in development here, around the corner from the Edgewood Retail District.