The Atlanta region is served by many different transit agencies providing various types of transit services. These services range from fixed route services like heavy rail, bus systems and university shuttles, to on-demand services, paratransit and vanpools. Some of the services are integrated regionally, while others are available only on a local level. Click on the links below to access information about the Atlanta region’s transit providers.
Existing Regional Transit System Data
ARC is providing data resources for developers and other interested parties to create applications for desktop, web or mobile devices. The table below provides access to the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) files for the Atlanta region’s fixed route, shuttle and circulator operators. Contained in each .zip file is the Developers License Agreement. By downloading the zip file, you are agreeing to adhere to the terms and conditions of the agreement. GTFS and GIS data sets are current as of February 2017.
Regional Transit GIS Data Set
To download the latest regional transit datasets (e.g., complete route and stop datasets), visit http://opendata.atlantaregional.com and search “transit.”
+GTFS externally hosted on respective agency websites.
**GRTA GTFS and GIS data sets for Routes 410, 412 & 418 are included in GCT GTFS file.
The Breeze Card is metropolitan Atlanta’s transit fare product and collection system. Developed by MARTA, the Breeze Card is used by the four largest transit agencies in the Atlanta region: MARTA, GRTA Xpress, Gwinnett County Transit, and Cobb Community Transit. The Breeze Card is a reusable plastic fare payment card designed to be used by most transit customers. It can store cash value, trips, and daily, weekly, or monthly passes. The Breeze Card can be purchased and reloaded at MARTA Ride Stores or fare vending machines located at MARTA train stations. The Breeze Card website allows riders to purchase cards and check the balance of or add value to their cards. Riders can also sign up for special features like Balance Protection on the website.
2012 Metropolitan Atlanta Regional Transit Map
ARC is pleased to provide the 2012 Metropolitan Atlanta Regional Transit Map (PDF). The map provides information on fixed route transit providers operating in the Atlanta region, all of which are open to the public. Insets within the map show detailed routing and system to system transfer locations within the Downtown and Midtown areas of Atlanta. The map shows the routes as they existed in March 2012. Routes are subject to change, so please check with the individual transit providers for route updates, fare and transfer information before beginning your trip.