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Single-Tracking & Weekend Service Schedule Information   

Saturday, January 19 & Sunday, January 20, 2019

Saturday January 19, 2019

All Red/Gold Line trains will be running on a regular weekend schedule. Note: Subject to change due to work requirement

All Blue/Green Line trains will run on a weekend singletracking  schedule. (All lines with 20 minute frequencies) Bankhead trains will turn at Vine City Station 

  • At Dome, Five Points, GA State, and King Memorial Stations, all trains will board on the eastbound platforms

Sunday January 20, 2018

All Red/Gold Line trains will run on a special weekend singletracking schedule. (Doraville) Gold Line trains  will continue to the Airport every twenty (20) minutes throughout the day. (North Springs) Red Line trains  will shuttle from Lindbergh to North Springs. Red Line customers traveling from the Airport must board the Gold Line train and transfer at Lindbergh Center Station to the Red Line for North Springs service. Customers traveling the Red Line train will need to transfer to a Gold Line train at Lindbergh Center Station in order to continue southbound to the Airport. 

  • At Five Points, Peachtree Center, and Civic Center Stations, all trains will board on the southbound platforms. 

All Blue/Green Line trains will run on a weekend singletracking  schedule. (All lines with 20 minute frequencies) Bankhead trains will turn at King Memorial Station

  • At East Lake and Decatur Stations, all trains will board on the westbound platforms

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MARTA has parallel tracks all along its Red, Gold, Blue and Green lines – allowing for one train to run in each direction during normal operations. As individual sections of track are being repaired, trains must share a single track through the affected area. This “single tracking” can result in delays in rail service.  We try NOT to disrupt service during this process; however, some work during regular service hours cannot be avoided. The majority of the work is being done late at night and during weekends. 

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