MARTA at a Glance

For over a quarter of a century, MARTA has moved over 3.5 billion people throughout Atlanta and the surrounding cities. We have been a staple to the community and a great economic driver for the city.  Today, we are among the largest transit agency in the United States and we are striving to be bigger and better.  While our opportunities for growth are eminent, our commitment to our customers and our communities in which we operate is even greater.


MARTA proudly provides service to
1.7 million
residents of
Metro Atlanta.
Since opening
in 1979, MARTA has
made over
5 billion trips carrying
passengers by bus and rail.
MARTA provides
reliable transit to
more than
500,000 patrons.

Growing MARTA 

In 2014 and 2015, MARTA upgraded its bus fleet with 200 New Flyer buses. This fleet looks great and boast increased comfort, accessibility, and fuel efficiency.

MARTA is committed to improving Atlanta's transit. In 2014, it partnered with the Atlanta Streetcar, providing critical last-mile access to bus and rail lines within the Downtown area.

Rail service involves over
296 rail cars
capable of carrying passengers to any of our 38 stations.
MARTA reduced
emissions by
in 347 of its buses by using compressed natural gas. 
MARTA provides
complete Mobility service, 
including a fleet of
173 Lift Vans
More than
550 buses
provide service along
1,439 miles
of road on
101 routes.
MARTA promotes growth in
14 Atlanta's fastest-growing industries.
Every year, MARTA drives reliable transit to $2.6 billion in economic activity and generates
$1.4 billion
MARTA's combined bus and rail service supports 24,864 jobs throughout Atlanta and the state of Georgia.
MARTA's busiest stations based on entries and exits: 

1. Five Points

2. College Park

3. Airport

4. Peachtree Center

5. Lindbergh Center