One person was arrested after a crash involving a MARTA bus injured several people Wednesday night in Atlanta.
A tractor-trailer was struck by a passing train in Jackson County on Monday afternoon, officials confirmed.
13-year-old future pilot Zaron Mack got a VIP tour of the world's busiest airport following his Good Day Atlanta feature back in August.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to have a devastating effect on the travel industry, major cruise lines are scrapping their ships in an effort to stay afloat.
The U.S. government's road safety agency is investigating complaints that the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle can catch fire.
The group of protestors called for officials at MARTA to reinstate all bus routes, which had been slashed as COVID-19 impacted travel.
Making holiday travel planning is always tricky and stressful. Usually late September and October is the time to buy tickets.
A top transportation official says the city of Atlanta badly needs sidewalks.
A Georgia man was sentenced to nearly two years in prison for bribing an Atlanta official to win a contract to operate a restaurant at the city’s airport, the U.S. attorney’s office said Tuesday.
Hayat Choudhary of Lilburn is the latest person to be sentenced in the ongoing federal corruption investigation at Atlanta City hall.
Police are investigating a deadly car crash involving a MARTA bus.
All bus customers must have fare and wear a mask in order to ride MARTA beginning Sept. 7.
As businesses open back up, those who rely on public transportation believe it's time MARTA did the same.
An airline passenger who had an American flag on a face covering was told he could not board a Frontier jet.
Metro Atlanta residents and businessowners complain their deliveries are being held up for several days, sometimes weeks, at a FedEx sorting facility in Norcross.
Acworth police are investigating after a woman was struck by a train on Wednesday afternoon.
Uber and Lyft are threatening to pull out of California by the end of the week if they are forced to classify their drivers as employees instead of independent contractors.
The scene at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is changing as more travelers evidently believe it is safe enough to return to the airport.
The main way that the virus spreads is through droplets people spray when they talk, cough or sneeze. That means the best way to reduce the spread of infection on public transit and elsewhere is to wear and mask and stay 6 feet from others, experts say.
The mega-testing site is located at 1800 Sullivan Road, College Park, Georgia, 30337.