All of MARTA's bus and rail operators, mechanics, supervisors, and more could receive a $3,500 COVID-19 bonus next month.
MARTA announced it will re-open 58 suspended bus routes this Saturday, and implement service frequency adjustments to match the reduced demand in ridership and address bus capacity limitations.
Things will feel a bit more "normal" for MARTA riders who've had to adjust their lives for the past year to bus routes that were abbreviated to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
MARTA police are investigating a shooting at Arts Center station on Wednesday afternoon.
MARTA continues to replace track along their Red and Gold lines.
Several agencies are searching for the person who opened fire on a victim outside the Five Points MARTA station in downtown Atlanta on Friday afternoon.
One person was arrested after a crash involving a MARTA bus injured several people Wednesday night in Atlanta.
The group of protestors called for officials at MARTA to reinstate all bus routes, which had been slashed as COVID-19 impacted travel.
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.
Atlanta police are investigating a shooting in on Peachtree Road in Buckhead Saturday night.
Metro Atlanta transit workers are urging companies to do more to keep them safe on the job.
Starting Monday, MARTA will be giving away up to 2 million masks to riders.
The new electrostatic sprayers allow MARTA to disinfect areas in a fraction of a time that a typical wipe-down cleaning requires.
A MARTA passenger was injured after the bus she was riding on was forced to abruptly stop.
Atlanta police are investigating after a pedestrian was struck by a MARTA bus Sunday afternoon.
A person was killed Friday afternoon by a MARTA train in Midtown, MARTA officials confirmed.
While most commuters are the distance between a bed and a living room, these days, some essential workers, like Peter Groves, a contractor, are finding the old commute just isn’t an option.
MARTA says they will be reducing both rail and bus operations and eliminating bus rider fares due to low ridership during the coronavirus pandemic.