Bringing a Bike? No Problem.
Wheels Are Welcome on MARTA
We’ve set out to make MARTA a bike-friendly part of Atlanta. No matter your commute, bringing your bike on MARTA is easy and convenient — the perfect way to shake up your commute and enjoy the great outdoors.
- Every bus has storage racks for two bikes
- Our trains offer plenty of room for both you and your bike
- Elevator access and widened walkways mean our stations accommodate bikes of all makes and sizes
- MARTA stations offer bike storage free of charge — just bring a lock and find an open spot
- There are bike racks and bike fix-it kiosks at 37 rail stations (excluding Airport).
Rules for Riding
- Avoid boarding trains that are already full
- Keep your bicycle out of the aisle and away from any doors
- Use elevators instead of escalators when entering and leaving the station
- Walk your bicycle through the station
- Place your bike on the front rack of a MARTA bus — space is first come first served (two per bus)
- Hook the safety bar over your bike when loading it on the rack.
- Before exiting the bus, remind the driver that you need to retrieve your bike
Bike Sharing with Relay Bikes
As part of our mission to make MARTA bike-friendly, we partner with Relay Bikes.
You can find Relay Bike Hubs near the Arts Center, Civic Center, Inman Park/Reynoldstown, King Memorial, Peachtree Center, West End, North Avenue and Midtown MARTA stations.
To use Relay Bikes, simply create an account and download the app. Monthly and pay-as-you-go plans are available, as well as discounted plans for low-income, corporate and student riders.
To learn more about how to ride a Relay Bike, visit their website at: www.relaybikeshare.com.