Transit Partners

GRTA Vanpool
The GRTA vanpool program is an affordable and convenient public transportation service that enables commuters with similar trip origins and destinations to share rides – thereby reducing their commuting costs, decreasing traffic congestion and improving air quality. GRTA’s vanpool vendors offer a variety of vans ranging in capacity from 7-15 passengers, and including optional features such as GPS navigation and in-vehicle wi-fi.
Learn more at: grta.org/vanpool

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ATLtransit
ATLtransit is a collaborative effort of metro Atlanta’s four major transit providers — Marta, GRTA, Cobb Community Transit (CCT) and Gwinnett County Transit (GCT), working with the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) — to provide a single portal of information and resources for customers who want to ride transit in metro Atlanta. Customers can use this site to plan a trip and find options for paying their fare and connecting among systems.
Learn more at: http://atltransit.org/

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Marta
The ninth-largest transit service in the U.S., Marta carries more than 470,000 riders to their destinations each weekday in Fulton and DeKalb counties. Marta service connects riders with major business districts, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Turner Field, Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia World Congress Center, the Georgia Dome and more.
Call 404-848-5000 or visit: www.itsmarta.com

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Cobb Community Transit
Metropolitan Atlanta’s second-oldest transit service, CCT provides local bus service within Cobb County and express bus service connecting Cobb County with Midtown and Downtown Atlanta.
Call 770-427-4444 or visit http://www.atltransit.org/about/agencies/cobblinc/

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Gwinnett County Transit
Formed in 2000, Gwinnett County transit provides local bus service in Gwinnett County and express bus service connecting Gwinnett County with Lindbergh, Midtown and Downtown Atlanta.
Call 770.822.5010 or visit http://www.gwinnettcounty.com/portal/gwinnett/Departments/Transportation/GwinnettCountyTransit

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Atlanta Streetcar
The Atlanta Streetcar is part of the City’s Connect Atlanta Plan to increase urban mobility, sustainable development and livability of the city of Atlanta.
Call (404) 330-6000 or visit http://streetcar.atlantaga.gov/

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GA Tech Parking and Transportation
Georgia Institute of Technology bus and trolley services, serving the Georgia Tech campus and Midtown Atlanta. Service 24 hours per day on variable schedules.
Call 404-385-RIDE or visit http://pts.gatech.edu/ride/routes_schedules/Pages/TechTrolley.aspx

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GA State Panther Express
Georgia State University’s Panther Express shuttle system. We have daily dedicated routes between 7:00 am to midnight with stops at Turner Field, GCB, Student Center, University Commons, Piedmont North, Arts and Humanities Building, and the Rialto Center for the Arts.
Learn more at http://transit.gsu.edu/panther-express/

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The BUC
The Buckhead Uptown Connection. “The buc” is a community shuttle service designed to provide fast, free, and frequent connections between area hotels, restaurants, offices, shopping destinations and the Buckhead and Lenox MARTA rail stations.
Call 404-812-RIDE (404-812-7433) or visit http://bucride.com/