Read about MARTA's part in the Atlanta regional solution to transportation, and how they're working across the region with transit partners and planning agencies. Even as fuel prices fluctuate, MARTA will be part of environmental and traffic alleviation goals by planning new services, upgrades, transit partnerships, and envisioning new transit solutions such as the Beltline. Find out more about MARTA's plans for the future and share your thoughts here!
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The second season of the Fresh MARTA Market kicked-off on Friday, Sept. 23 at the Five Points Station with a ribbon-cutting ceremony that celebrated the value of the program and its convenience for MARTA customers.
Wouldn’t it be great if MARTA developed a volunteer program and regularly held community cleanup days where riders and neighbors could come together and mop the floors, scrub the walls, or touch up paint to make the stations look great.
A smartphone application that allows customers to text and photo maintenance and customer service complaints would ultimately lead to a safer and more pleasant MARTA experience.
This week’s MARTA Challenge features a project entitled “Nobody Rides MARTA” by Lain Shakespeare with photographs by Jason Travis.
MARTA could reduce average wait times and improve customer satisfaction by extending the Blue Line Train’s final eastbound destination from Candler Park to Indian Creek during rush hour.
SaportaReport will be hosting the first-ever “MARTA Challenge,” an online contest to discover innovative ways to make MARTA the best transit system it can be.