Atlanta, Georgia's capital, is one of the most important and most populated of the United States. Public transportation is mainly provided by The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA). It's the eighth largest rapid transit system in the United States It started in 1971 as a bus system, but it became a network of buses connected to a rapid transit system. It has 77 kms (47mi) of tracks, 4 lines and 38 stations of wich 12 are underground.
Marta has four lines: Red Line, Gold Line, Blue Line and Green Line.
MARTA operates 365 days a year.
Rail service from 4:45am to 1am, Monday to Friday. From 6:00am to 1:00am on weekends.
Frecuency of 20 - 15 minutes in weekdays. 20 minutes in the weekends.
Day Passes and unlimited rides, and are sold at RideStores and Breeze Vending Machines.
MARTA has a paratransit service for disabled people
The MARTA allows bicycles on trains and buses. At the airport there are places to lock up your bicycles also.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is situated 10 miles south of downtown. To get to the airport by MARTA just get the direct train service to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. MARTA's Airport Station, is the last stop on the South Line. It takes only a 17-minute trip from Five Points Station.
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