Detours just aren’t in your vocabulary and you need someone else to take the wheel and listen to that crazy Waze voice.
Whatever the reason, it’s good to consider sharing the ride. Find someone with a similar schedule, who lives nearby and works at ATL by checking out this database of over 50k Atlanta commuters who want to share the ride.
If you use Lyft or Uber in your personal life, it might be something to revisit for your commuter life. Lyft Line and Uberpool- these are the carpool version of the two-popular ride-sharing services. You share a ride—and the fare—with another person who happens to be requesting a ride along a similar route at the same time. + For a limited time Lyft is offering 50% off fares to MARTA!
Uber is offering a 50% discount on uberPOOL rides that begin or end at a MARTA station and a 25% discount on uberPOOL rides in metro Atlanta so you won’t need to worry about finding parking at MARTA parking lots. Learn more here.
Be Informed. Stay Informed. As details emerge and change, one the best things ASAP+ can do is keep you informed with the latest and greatest information to keep you moving. Stay in touch with current updates by following the AERO’s Facebook page.
MARTA Trains are ATL’s BFF
MARTA goes straight to the airport. How convenient is that!? There’s even a handy tip guide to help you get started riding to and from ATL.
How to Ride: If you haven’t taken the train or maybe it’s been a while since your last ride, then you likely have a few questions. That’s where AERO comes in with answers. The best place to start is to read this great article for first time riders. After you’ve read that, feel free to ask our our friendly staff any questions you may have.
Parking at MARTA stations: As ridership grows, the availability of excess parking at stations may dwindle. We want your first ride to be stress-free so plan ahead and where possible get dropped-off, Uber, Lyft or carpool to your station. MARTA now has a great page showing parking lot status, bookmark this page!
The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) has the latest updates on the demolition and reconstruction of the I-85 bridge. Head to GDOT’s website to view press videos about the progress, a detailed detour map, and announcements and alerts.
Cycling even just some of the time can help alleviate your own stress and overall congestion on Atlanta’s roadways. The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition has put together a great collection of resources and info to help you cycle.
MARTA has announced service updates to its bus routes. Starting Monday, April 20, it will run 40 bus routes to hospitals, urgent care centers, grocery stores, and job centers/industrial hubs, and it will add buses to its 34 busiest routes. Click the link below to learn more. ... See MoreSee Less