MARTA will resume limited bus, mobility and rail service Tuesday

Public transportation in Atlanta has been suspended until Irma passes.

ATLANTA - MARTA says limited bus, mobility and rail service will be restored beginning Tuesday morning at 7 am as the area recovers from Tropical Storm Irma. 

All MARTA service was suspended Monday as Irma approached Georgia. 

The entire state had been placed under a state of emergency by Gov. Nathan Deal, and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed urged all drivers to remain off the roadways.

► Timeline | What to expect when Hurricane Irma comes to Georgia

► LIVE UPDATES | Hurricane Irma

“The projected impact of this approaching storm requires us to suspend all MARTA service for Monday. We will continue to coordinate with state and local officials and emergency personnel to determine our service schedule for Tuesday,”  MARTA General Manager and CEO Keith Parker said. “Safety remains our top priority for both our customers and employees.”

For more details, customers can visit itsmarta.com or call the customer service line for updates (404) 848-5000.

 SCHOOL CLOSINGS:  Stay up-to-date about schools deciding to close

© 2017 WXIA-TV


JOIN THE CONVERSATION

To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the
Conversation Guidelines and FAQs

Leave a Comment