Helsinki Metro

The rapid transit of Helsinki is the only one in Finland. It consists of a single line with 17 stations.
The line splits into two branches in the Itäkeskus station.
The first branch continues to the Mellunmäki station in the north and the second reaches Vuosaari in the eastern suburbs.
In total there are 21 kms of tracks of which 4.9kms circulate in tunnels in the city center.
The journey between Mellunmäki or Vuosaari and Ruoholahti last about 20 minutes.
It’s operated by Helsinki City Transport (HKL)

Complementing the metro there area a tram system, a network of suburban trains, buses and two ferry lines.

  • Lines: 1
  • Stations: 17
  • Length: 21kms (13.1 mi)
  • Operated by: Helsinki City Transport (HKL)
  • Passengers/year: 62 millions
  • Opening: 1982

Helsinki metro lines and stations

    Ruoholahti – Itäkeskus:

  • Ruoholahti
  • Kamppi
  • Central Railway Station
  • Kaisaniemi
  • Hakaniemi
  • Sörnäinen
  • Kalasatama
  • Kulosaari
  • Herttoniemi
  • Siilitie
  • Itäkeskus

    Itäkeskus – Mellunmäki: (North Branch)

  • Itäkeskus
  • Myllypuro
  • Kontula
  • Mellunmäki

Itäkeskus – Vuosaari: (East Branch)

  • Itäkeskus
  • Puotila
  • Rastila
  • Vuosaari
  • Schedule and frecuency

    Helsinki Metro timetable is Monday to Saturday: 5:30am to 11:30pm, Sundays: 6:30am to 11:30pm.
    Journey duration is about 23 minutes. Frequency of the trains varies from 5 minutes from Ruoholahti to Itäkeskus in normal hours,
    to 4 minutes during weekday peak times. Frequency from Itäkeskus to Mellunmäki/Vuosaari varies from 10 minutes in normal hours,
    to 8 minutes during weekday peak times.

    Metro working hours will be two more hours on Friday to Saturday nights and from Saturday to Sunday nights.
    There will be a train very 20 minutes on both directions between 11.30pm and 1.30am.

    Fares and Tickets

      Single ticket, depending on how you get your ticket the prices is:

    • Ticket machine: 2,20€
    • From a bus, train or tram: 2,80€
    • With mobile phone: 2,20€
    • Night-time single ticket (2.00am to 4.30am): 5,00€
    • Two-hour ticket: 3,80€
    • Suomenlinna ticket 12h: 5,00€

      1 – 7 days ticket from the machine

    • 1 day: 8,00€
    • 2 days: 12,00€
    • 3 days: 16,00€
    • 4 days: 20,00€
    • 5 days: 24,00€
    • 6 days: 28,00€
    • 7 days: 32,00€

      Personal season ticket 14-366 days:

    • 14 days: 24,00€
    • 30 days: 45,90€

      Multi-user season ticket:

    • 14 days: 47,90€
    • 30 days: 91,70€

      Value tickets

    • From vehicle: 1,90€
    • At night: 4,00€

    Helsinki suburban train

    From Helsinki’s Central Railway Station connected to the Rautatientori/Järnvägstorget metro station
    three suburban train lines function every 10-20 minutes. These 3 lines are Tikkurila-Kerava-Riihimäki, Leppävaara-Espoo-Karjaa
    and the line to Vantaankoski.

    Curious facts

    The Helsinki Metro trains are orange color. It is the only one Metro en Finland and is very modern as it was opened in 1982.

    Connection to the Airport

    International Helsinki Airport is 12 miles north of Helsinki’s downtown area. The easiest way to get to Helsinki from the airport
    is to take the HSL bus 615. The bus runs every 10-20 minutes between 06:30 and 00:30 on weekdays (Sat 07:00-1:00, Sun 06:05-00:30).
    The suburban train line to Vantaankoski is also being extended to get to the airport.

    San Juan’s urban train

    Puerto Rico Urban Train is the railway system to Puerto Rico. It connects the cities of San Juan, Guaynabo and Baymón. The route consists in most part of elevated sections but also has land and underground sections.
    The urban train is integrated to a bus system (AMA busses).

    • Known as: Tren urbano (Urban Train)
    • System length: 17.2 km
    • Speed: 100 km/h
    • Number of lines: 1
    • Number of stations: 16
    • Operator: Departamento de transportación y obras públicas DTOP (Transport and Publics Works Department)
    • Average Ridership: 40.000 weekly
    • Start of operation: December 17, 2004

    LINES AND STATIONS

    It’s only 1 line with 16 stations:
    Sagrado Corazón, Hato Rey, Roosevelt, Domenech, Piñero, Universidad (University), Río Piedras, Cupey, Centro Médico (Medical Center), San Francisco, Las Lomas, Martínez Nadal, Torrimar, Jardines, Deportivo, Bayamón.

    Schedule

    It operates from 5:30am to 11:30pm.

    Rates

     

    • Single Trip: $0.75 per trip
    • Day Ticket: $5.00
    • 7 Days Ticket: $15.00
    • Monthly Ticket: $30.00
    • 3 Months Ticket: $67.50

    Other info

    San Juan’s urban train system has 16 stations and each station has a different architectural design and art work.

    Belo Horizonte Metro

    Belo Horizonte’s metro was opened in August 1986 and was one of the first metropolitan railroads in Brazil.
    It serves an area with a population of about 5 million people and 215 thousand people use it daily.
    It only has 1 line in operation with 20 stations. There are two more lines projected.
    In 2008, 52 million people used this transport system.

    • Type: Metro/Metropolitan railroad
    • Opening: August, 1986
    • Lines: 1
    • Stations: 20
    • Max. speed: 80 km/h
    • Average speed: 50 km/h
    • Passengers/day: 215 thousand
    • Operator: CBTU/Metrô BH

    Lines and stations

    Belo Horizonte’s metro currently has 1 single line operational. There are a total of 20 stations in 30kms.
    This line, the red line, starts in El Dorado and reaches Vilarinho. Stations:
    El Dorado, Cidade Industrial, Vila Oeste, Gameleira, Calafate, Carlos Prates, Lagoinha, Central, Santa Efigenia, Santa Tereza, Horto, Santa Ines, Jose Candido de Silveira, Minas Shopping, Sao Gabriel, Primeiro de Maio, Waldomiro Lobo, Floramar, Vilarinho.

    Line 2 or pink line. It is a projected line. It will be 16,5 kms length.
    It will go from Calafate to Barreiro station and will have 6 stations.

    Line 3 or green line. This line is projected.
    It is estimated that will be approximately 12.5 kms length . It will go to Pampulha Regional Airport from Savassi.

    Schedule and frequency

    Line 1 runs every day, between 05:45 and 23:00. Journey time is approximately 30 minutes.
    It runs every 5-7 minutes at peak times and 13 minutes off-peak. On weekends the frequency is 15 minutes.

    Tickets

    • 1 travel (Bilhete unitário): 1.80R$
    • 10 travels ticket: 16.20R$

    Caracas Metro

    The Caracas Metro is an underground railway that opened in 1983 with 6.7 km. The Metro is combined with a surface transportation network called Metrobus, a bus that leave from subway stations and complement the service allowing to reach areas of the city where the subway does not reach. This binomial is known by the name of Metro-Metrobus system and in charge of its construction, operation and exploitation is C. A. Metro de Caracas

    Currently there are four lines in service, which includes a total of 44 stations and 54.2 kilometers and transport over 2,000,000 passengers per day. Line 3 has two branches and therefore have four terminal stations, although one may think they are two separate lines, Caracas Metro officially see it as only one.

    Caracas Metro Lines

    There are currently four metro lines lines with a total of forty-four stations and some 55 kilometers of network and one another one under construction for 2015.

    • Line 1- PROPATRIA-PALO VERDE, this line is the oldest in the Caracas Metro System, crosses the city from west to east and has an extension of 20.36 kilometers, with 22 stations. Daily transports 1.200.000 passengers.
    • Line 2- LAS ADJUNTAS / ZOOLÓGICO/ EL SILENCIO, opened in 1987, has 17.8 kilometers of length and 13 stations. Transports approximately 250,000 passengers daily.
    • Line 3- PLAZA VENEZUELA / EL VALLE,
      opened in 1994, is 4.38 kilometers long and has 4 stations. Carries approximately 120,000 passengers daily. In addition, in 2006 began the extension of this line 3 with the stretch-La Rinconada Valley, which can integrate the inhabitants of the Valle del Tuy with the Caracas Metro. It has an extension of 5.9 km from the station El Valle to station Simon Bolivar from where the rail to the Valle del Tuy departs.
    • Line 4- CAPUCHINOS-ZONA RENTAL this branch operates as an extension of Line 2 and carries approximately 40,000 passengers daily. It opened in 2006, and covers an area of 5.5 kilometers with four stations.

    Future expansions:

    The extension of Line 4 to the east is under construction with a distance of 6.3 km comprising the journey from station Zona Rental to station East Park. Are also projected lines 5 and 6. Line 5 (Zona Rental – Waraira Repano) to start operating in 2015, with 14.3 kms and 10 stations.

    Major stations:

    Because of its location in the center of the city and its confluence with Line 1, and connections to Lines 3 and 4 (this last one through a parallel station: Zona Rental Station) Plaza Venezuela Station has the largest number of passengers.

    Metro Opening Hours

    It works from 05:30 am to 23.00 p.m

    Frequency step

    Is 1 ½ minutes at peak hours and on Sundays and holidays the frequency is between 4 and 6 minutes.

    Fares and Tickets

    • Single: a journey in Metro without limit of stations. The ticket costs 1.5 Bs
    • Integrated: a journey in Metro and a journey in Metrobus without limit of stations. The ticket costs 1.5 Bs.
    • Return Ticket: dos journeys in Metro without limit of stations. The ticket costs 3 Bs..
    • Multipass: ten Metro journeys without limit of stations. The ticket costs 13,5Bs and is orange coloured.
    • Integrated Multipass: ten Metro journeys or ten Metrobus journeys without limit of stations. The ticket costs 13,5Bs.
    • Students Multipass: Exclusively for people between 4 and 35 years old who study in the area of influence of the service of the Caracas Metro.
    • MetroCard: you have to buy the card (card price is 5BS), and can be recharged with 20, 30 and 40 runs. Nothing more can be recharged the same method that was used the first time, that is, if you recharge for the first time with 20 trips should continue recharging with 20 trips. To be able to recharge, you must exhaust all travel there in it.

    Airport

    International Airport Caracas Simon Bolivar or as it is known, Maiquetia is Venezuela’s main airport and is located 26 km north of Caracas.

    Every 30 minutes leaves a shuttle bus to downtown Caracas, this Bus service to Caracas-Maiquetia-Caracas goes straight to Central Park (opposite the Tacagua Bldg) and travel time to the center is about 40 minutes.The buses run from 06:00 a.m. to until 21.00horas. The authorized rate is 30.00 Bs.

    Bus stops are located in the Public Area, Level 2, center of the hallway, in the domestic terminal of the airport. The public bus makes stops at Black Cat Metro Station, Plaza O ‘Leary, Plaza Miranda, El Silencio, Metro Station Fine Arts and Central Park, final stop.

    Adana Metro

    Adana is one of the largest and most populated cities in Turkey (population about 1,5M).
    Adana Metro is a light metro line, known in the local language as Adana Metrosu.
    It’s been under construction for about 20 years. Beginning of construction was in 1988. In March 2009 some
    services were opened for what we understand it was a test of the system and after a little period Metrosu
    was closed to be opened definitely in May 2010 with all metro sections fully operative.

    Adana metro is a rapid transist with only one line and 13 stations that crosses Adana from North
    to South along 13,9 kms. In some sections of the way, metrosu circulates underground, some others elevated and some others at ground level.

    There is planned another line extension in the North East that will add 9,3 more kilometers to the system and 7 new stations.
    They are also planning to reuse some old railway to expand the system with connections to a suburban rail.

    • Known as: Metrosu
    • Numbers of lines: 1
    • Number of stations: 13 (20 after the extension)
    • Length: 13,9 kms (23,2 after the extension)
    • Passengers/day: 21600 (per hour/per direction)
    • Operator: Adana Metropolitan Municipality
    • http://www.adana.bel.tr/metro.html
    • Max Speed: 80kms/hour

    Adana Metro Lines and Stations

    Journey Time is around 15-21 minutes.
    Stations: Hastane, Anadolu Lisesi, Huzurevi, Mavi Bulvar, Yurt, Yeşilyurt, Fatih, Vilayet, İstiklal, Kocavezir, Hürriyet, Cumhuriyet, Akıncılar

    Adana Metro: Hours of operation

    6:00 to 21:00 from monday to saturday.

    Frecuency:

    10 minutes in peak hours and 15 minutes rest of the time.

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    Fares and tickets

    • Single ticket: 2TL
    • 2 Single tickets: 3.30TL
    • 4 Single tickets: 6.10TL

    The also exists a smart card for 5TL, Kentkart, that reduce the price of the trips.
    Children until the age of 6 years can use the system for free.

    Detroit People Mover

    It’s 13 stations in almost 5 kms.

    Broadway Station, Grand Circus Park Station, Times Square Station, Michigan Avenue Station, Fort/Cass Station, Cobo Center Station Joe Louis Arena Station, Financial District Station, Millender Center Station, Renaissance Center Station, Bricktown Station Greektown Station, Cadillac Center Station

    Schedule

    • Monday to Thursday 6:00-24:00
    • Friday 6:30-2:00
    • Saturday 9:00-2:00
    • Sunday 12:00-24:00

    * The People Mover will extend its service hours for special events. Information Tlf : 313-224-2160

    Fares:

    $0.50 per ride
    Payment: Cash (U.S. Nickels, Dimes, Quarters) or Tokens (Available in or near stations)

    Fast Passes:
    Monthly, Annual and Convention/Special Event passes are available online or by calling (313) 224-2160.

    Miami Metrorail

    Miami Transit System: Overview

    Miami city has an elevated rapid transit system called Metrorail. Such system is currently composed of two lines of 23 stations.
    It runs from Kendall through South Miami, Coral Gables and downtown Miami to the Civic Center/Jackson Memorial Hospital area; and to Brownsville, Liberty City,
    Hialeah and Medley in northwest Miami-Dade, with connections to Broward and Palm Beach counties at the Tri-Rail/Metrorail transfer station.

    The 23 accessible Metrorail stations are about one mile apart from each other, providing easy access for bus riders, pedestrians and passengers.
    Metrorail has a free complement system: Metromover which circulates in Downtown Miami from Omni to Brickell.
    In addition, Metrobus connects with Metrorail and Metromover. Metrobus offers a countywide means of transportation.
    It runs from Miami Beach to West Miami-Dade and from the Middle Keys to Broward Boulevard.

    General info

    • Metrorail is known as: The Metro.
    • Dimentions: The cars are 75 feet long and 10 feet wide. Each car can hold up to 166 passengers, 76 seated and 90 standing.
    • System length: 24.4 miles of standard gauge track.
    • Nº lines: 2 lines; Green Line and Orange Line.
    • Nº stations: 23 Stations.
    • Speed: a top design speed of over 70 mph. An average speed of 31 mph.
    • Official Website: http://www.miamidade.gov/transit/metrorail.asp
    • Operator: Miami-Dade Transit (MDT), a departmental agency of Miami-Dade County.
    • Average daily ridership: 66,000 passengers.
    • Start of operation: May 21st of 1984 the tracks between Dadeland South station and Overtown.

    Metrorail: System lines and stations

    Green line Stations

    Palmetto, Okeechobee, Hialeah, Tri-Rail, Northside, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza, Brownsville, Miami International Airport, Earlington Heights, Allapattah, Santa Clara, Civic Center,
    Culmer, Historic Overtown/Lyric Theatre, Government Center, Brickell, Vizcaya, Coconut Grove, Douglas Road, University, South Miami, Dadeland North, Dadeland South.

    Orange line Stations
    Dadeland South, Dadeland North, South Miami, University, Douglas Road, Coconut Grove, Vizcaya, Brickell, Government Center, Historic Overtown/Lyric Theatre, Culmer, Civic Center,
    Santa Clara, Allapattah, Earlington Heights, Miami International Airport

    Miami Metro schedule and frequency

    • Metrorail schedule and frequency: it operates from 5:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. every 5 minutes during peak hours, every 8 minutes during the day, and 15 to 30 minutes after 6 pm every day.
    • Metromover schedule and frequency: It operates from 5:00 a.m. to midnight seven days a week. Trains arrive frequently.

    Miami Metro Rates

    • 1 metrorail trip: USD 2
    • Disabilities and students: USD 1
    • Transfer from metrorail to metrobus and metromover: USD 0.50
    • Passport for 7 days: USD 24.00
    • The monthly pass: USD 100
    • Transfer free between the Orange and Green lines at any station serving both lines as long as you remain within the Metrorail paid area.

    The ticket vending machines (TVMs) that sell Easy Cards and Easy Tickets are found in all rail stations.

    Metrorail Connection with the airport

    Metrorail trains run from Dadeland South Metrorail station to either the new MIA Metrorail station (Orange Line) or the Palmetto Metrorail station (Green Line).
    Since the Grand Opening of the spectacular Miami International Airport Station and the launching of the Orange Line, Metrorail has become the most affordable choice for getting to and from the airport.

    The Astram Line – Hiroshima

    The Astram Line is an automated guideway transit line in the big town of Hiroshima (1.2 million inhabitants). Operational since August 8th 1994, it includes 22 stations (3 underground and the rest above) and stretches over 18.4km. Originally opened to manage the tourists for the Asian games held in Hiroshima, it has now become one of the most popular transportation methods linking some of the most popular spots for tourists.

    Metro in Hiroshima

    Hiroshima’s Astram Line is a rubbertiered system that connects Hiroshima city-center with its outskirts passing via residential towns.

    Astram Line and Stations

    This single line system has amongst its 22 stations many popular stops for tourists (and is great for sight seeing) such as the Hondori station that is close to the Hiroshima peace memorial and its Park. The ruin is a world heritage site and a memorial for the people who were killed during the atomic bomb. The Johiku and the Kencho station next to the Hiroshima Castle, a national treasure, in the center of Hiroshima.

    Fancy a stop by Hiroshima’s Zoological Park you’ll see giraffes, African elephants, pandas, tigers and many other animals. Kamiyacho station is right next door. Chokaku station permits an easy access to Hiroshima City transport Museum, where you can find interesting exhibits, interactive models, and even test crazy bicycles.
    And of course the terminal Kaki-KoenMae steps away from Big Arch stadium. The stadium hosted most of the game’s in 1994 and is today is the home ground for the Japanese professional football league Team “Sanfrecce”.

    List of stations

    Hondori, Kencho-mae, Johoku, Shin-Hakushima, Hakushima, Ushita, Fudoin-mae, Gion-shinbashikita, Nishihara, Nakasuji, Furuichi, Omachi, Bishamondai, Yasuhigashi, Kamiyasu, Takatori, Chorakuji, Tomo, Obara, Tomo-chuo, Ozuka, Koiki-koen-mae

    Astram Line time schedule and frequency

    The line operate every day from 6:00 am until 00:00 am midnight. The minimum headway is 2 min and 30 secs.

    Fares and tickets

    You can buy your ticket at a vending machine and then pass it at the gate, as simple as that. There are two types of tickets on sale “normal” and “regular” fare. There are special prices for children under 10 and also for groups.

    There´s also a 1-Day Ticket that lets you ride the Astram Line unlimited. The price is 900 yen for adults, 450 yen for children. It’s available for sale at every station.

    Expansions & connections:

    On March 14th, 2015 the Shin-Hakushima station was added connecting the Astram line with the JR Lines. And a future expansion west in been planned. The Astram line is very practical for tourists and getting round, linked to many bus systems (Hiroden bus; Hiroshima bus; Geiyo bus; Hiroshimao Kotsu and Chugoku JR bus). But the line is also connected to other railway organizations (Hiroshima Electric Railway and West Japan Railway Company).

    Interesting facts:

    The lowest station on the Astram line in 11.4m underground! It is the Hondōri Station. And you’re sure not to miss the train, because on arrival music is played and the train honks when it comes to a stop.

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    MTA: Baltimore Metro

    Metro Subway is the Rapid transist system that serves Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland, USA.
    Public transportation is mostly provided by the MTA Maryland and Charm City Circulator.

    Metro Subway lines and stations

    The Metro Subway’s route is a single line, the green line, with 14 stations in 24,5 kms.
    It shouldnt be called underground as most parts of the line are elevated or at surface level.
    Stations: Owings Mills, Old Court, Milford Mill, Reisterstown Plaza, Rogers Avenue, West Coldspring, Mondawmin, Penn-North, Upton/Avenue Market, State Center/Cultural Center, Lexington Market, Charles Center, Shot Tower/Market Place, Johns Hopkins Hospital

    There is also a 3 lines Light Rail that complements Metro Subway routes.

    • The Light Rail Hunt Valley – BWI Marshall Airport
    • Hunt Valley/Timonium – Cromwell Station/Glen Burnie
    • Penn Station – Camden Yards

    Light rail lines operate every 20 minutes from 5:00 am to 12:00 am on Mon to Fri, from 6:00 am to 12:00 am on Saturdays, and from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm on Sundays.

    • Known as: Metro Subway
    • Lines: 1 (green line)
    • Stations: 14
    • Total length: 24,5kms
    • Opening: November 21, 1983
    • Website:: http://mta.maryland.gov/metro-subway
    • Passengers/year: 15 millions

    Schedule and frecuency

    There is a train every 8 minutes in peak hours and every 11 minutes the rest of the day. Every 15 minutes on weekends.
    Metro Subway daily service is from 5.00 am to 12.00 am from Monday to Friday and from 6.00 am to 12.00 am in the weekends.

    Fares and Tickets

    • One-Way: USD $1.60
    • Day Pass*: USD $3.50
      Multi-Trip

    • Weekly Pass: USD $16.50
    • Monthly Pass: USD $64.00
      Senior/Disability Fares

    • One-Way: USD $0.55
    • Day Pass*: USD $1.20
    • Monthly Pass: USD $16.50

    *Unlimited rides on Local Bus, Light Rail, and Metro Subway for one specific day.

    Connection to the airport

    Baltimore has 2 airports: Baltimore–Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport(BWI), and Martin State Airport.
    You can get to BWI Airport by the Baltimore Light Rail, and Amtrak and MARC Train at BWI Rail Station.

    Atlanta Metro: MARTA

    Atlanta, Georgia’s capital, is one of the most important and most populated of the United States.
    Public transportation is mainly provided by The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA).
    It’s the eighth largest rapid transit system in the United States
    It started in 1971 as a bus system, but it became a network of buses connected to a rapid transit system.
    It has 77 kms (47mi) of tracks, 4 lines and 38 stations of wich 12 are underground.

    • Known as: Marta
    • Lines: 4
    • Stations: 38
    • Operator MARTA
    • Passengers/year: 50 millions.
    • Opening: June 30, 1979 with Avondale – Georgia State line.

    MARTA Rail Lines and Stations

    Marta has four lines: Red Line, Gold Line, Blue Line and Green Line.

    • The Red Line: it has 19 stations. Goes from North Springs to Airport.
      Stations: Airport, College Park, East Point, Lakewood/Ft.McPherson, Oakland City, West End, Garnett, Five Points, Peachtree Center, Civic Center, North Avenue, Midtown, Arts Center, Lindbergh Center, Lenox, Brookhaven/Oglethorpe, Chamblee, Doraville
    • The Gold line: it has 18 stations. Goes from Doraville to Airport.
      Stations: Airport, College Park, East Point, Lakewood/Ft.McPherson, Oakland City, West End, Garnett, Five Points, Peachtree Center, Civic Center, North Avenue, Midtown, Arts Center, Lindbergh Center, Lenox, Brookhaven/Oglethorpe, Chamblee, Doraville
    • The Blue Line: it has 15 stations. Goes from H.E. Holmes to Indian Creek.
      Stations: Indian Creek, Kensington, Avondale, Decatur, East Lake, Edgewood/Candler Park, Inman Park/Reynoldstown, King Memorial, Georgia State, Five Points, Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center, Vine City, Ashby, West Lake, Hamiltong E.Holmes
    • The Green Line: it has 9 stations. Goes from Bankhead to Edgewood/Candler Park.
      Stations: Edgewood/Candler Park, Inman Park/Reynoldstown, King Memorial, Georgia State, Five Points, Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Centerm, Vine City, Ashby, Banklhead

    Schedule and frequency

    MARTA operates 365 days a year.

    Rail service from 4:45am to 1am, Monday to Friday. From 6:00am to 1:00am on weekends.
    Frecuency of 20 – 15 minutes in weekdays. 20 minutes in the weekends.

    Tickets

    • Single Trip: USD $2.50
    • Round Trip: USD $5.00
    • 10 Trips at RideStores: USD $25.00
    • 20 Trips at RideStores and Breeze Vending Machines: USD $42.50

    Day Passes and unlimited rides, and are sold at RideStores and Breeze Vending Machines.

    • 1-Day Pass: USD $9.00
    • 2-Day Pass: USD $14.00
    • 3-Day Pass: USD $16.00
    • 4-Day Pass: USD $19.00
    • 7-Day Pass: USD $23.75
    • 30-Day Pass: USD $95.00

    Marta curious facts

    MARTA has a paratransit service for disabled people

    The MARTA allows bicycles on trains and buses. At the airport there are places to lock up your bicycles also.

    Connection to the airport

    Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is situated 10 miles south of downtown. To get to the airport by MARTA
    just get the direct train service to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. MARTA’s Airport Station,
    is the last stop on the South Line. It takes only a 17-minute trip from Five Points Station.