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Ralston urges bold action on mass transit in Georgia

12:41 pm Jun. 29, 2017

Speaker David Ralston sought bold action Thursday from a state House of Representatives commission charged with plotting Georgia’s mass transit future.

The commission began its first meeting with a cheerleading speech from the speaker, who said

Atlanta transit system gets mixed report card

11:03 am Jun. 14, 2017

A national blog has given Atlanta’s transit system a mixed report card.

Streetsblog reports on transportation policy issues nationally and in selected cities and “aims to change the cars-first status quo on their cities’ streets.” In

MARTA to test double-decker bus until the end of August

5:35 pm Jul. 18, 2016

Starting this week, commuters will have a chance to try out MARTA’s latest experiment.

MARTA is road-testing a double-decker bus which can hold up to 100 people. They’ll be testing the bus until the end of August.

Its first stop

MARTA expands amenities for cyclists

5:38 pm Jul. 7, 2016

Good news for people who pair public transit with cycling: MARTA’s making it an easier option.

Since 2015 MARTA has offered bike racks and repair kiosks at several stations including the Lindbergh Center, Ashby, Edgewood/Candler Park, Five Points,

MARTA says no fare increase in 2017

11:56 am May. 13, 2016

MARTA announced there will no fare increase in 2017.

The transit system proposed a budget of $453.3 million for 2017 on Wednesday. The budget, scheduled to be adopted June 2, says there will be no increase in base