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Service Alert: 3:30 pm, Wednesday, March 11
An accident has been cleared at the intersection of Courtland St. and John Portman Blvd.
At 3:30 pm, all routes will resume regular service, including service to the John Portman Blvd. stop. These routes include: 418, 430, 442, 451, 455, 460, and 470.
Thank you for your patience earlier this afternoon.
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In the event of inclement weather
When the weather forecast indicates snow and/or freezing rain for the commute, riders should take the following precautions:
• Monitor WSB TV and WSB Radio 750 weather forecasts for ice or snow on interstate highways.
• Visit this Service Alerts section of www.XpressGa.com for updates on any changes to Xpress service. Refresh your browser for updates. Or, if you do not have internet access:
• Contact the Regional Customer Service Center at 404-463-GRTA (-4782) for changes to service, or call 511 for highway and transit information.
• Sign up for text alerts at www.Twitter.com/XpressGa. We strongly encourage riders to take advantage of this instant messaging service if they can.
Please keep in mind that Xpress primarily operates on interstate highways so there may be occasions when MARTA is operating but the interstate is closed, thus preventing regular Xpress service.
Operated by the Georgia Department of Transportation’s Traffic Management Center, GA NaviGAtor provides important travel information statewide. A series of traffic cameras in metro Atlanta provides real time views of traffic problems.
Call 511 if you need travel information about the state’s highways or public transit services. To report or request information on traffic conditions or incidents, please call our Transportation Management Center Customer Service Representatives at: 511 or (toll - free) 1-877-MY-GA-511 (1-877-694-2511). Free real-time travel information from any phone, wireless or landline, anywhere in Georgia.