MARTA is seeking over $166,000 in attorneys’ fees as punishment for what it calls a “frivolous” lawsuit challenging the extension of its sales tax and operations contract without voter approval. The activist behind the lawsuit ...
Brookhaven aims to build a new City Hall on a prime MARTA station lot in a quietly planned lease agreement intended to revive long-stalled and controversial plans for transit-oriented redevelopment.
Key Atlanta leaders remain fully committed to building rail on the Atlanta BeltLine.
We are in a moment in time when we can transform our region with a world-class transit network thanks in large part to the $1.3 trillion federal infrastructure investment.
The possibility of bus rapid transit (BRT) running on new top end I-285 toll lanes will be studied by MARTA following a multi-government agreement signed May 11.
MARTA's test of an on-demand shuttle bus is already so successful, the service is getting a major expansion into Alpharetta, Morrow and other areas.
Georgia voters — Early voting is underway for the state’s upcoming primaries on Tuesday, May 24. If you intend to cast your ballot, be aware of these key dates: Saturday voting: May 7, 14 Sunday ...
The MARTA Police Department (MPD) is launching a “zero tolerance” crackdown as soon as this weekend that will continue through June.
Mark your calendars, Atlanta! Daylight savings is right around the corner. On Sunday, March 13, our clocks will spring forward by an hour — one of the first signs of spring. Once this cold spurt ...
As MARTA enters a pivotal moment for regional transit in Atlanta, it has launched a pilot program that could radically change how the agency serves riders.
An overflow crowd attended the Celebration of Life memorial service for Jeffrey Parker at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Saturday morning.
MARTA’s board of directors held an emergency meeting Saturday afternoon following the Friday night death of Jeffrey Parker, general manager and CEO of the transit agency.