Atlanta Streetcar

The Atlanta Streetcar connects the Centennial Olympic Park area to the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site.

Atlanta Streetcar

General

The Atlanta Streetcar consists of a 2.7 mile East-West route that connects the Centennial Olympic Park area to the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, with 12 stops along the route.

The Atlanta Streetcar expansion will connect to the Atlanta Beltline, and include additional neighborhoods and other popular destinations around the city.

Services

  • Streetcar

Fares

Passengers must have a Streetcar ticket to ride the Streetcar, and may be requested to verify purchase while riding. Tickets can be purchased at each Streetcar stop with credit/debit cards, Breeze Card (stored cash value), as well as with cash at select stops (King Historic District, Centennial Olympic Park, Woodruff Park, Park Place). Upon purchase a Streetcar ticket is valid for 2 hours. The Atlanta Streetcar does not currently provide a free transfer to other transit agencies.

A mobile fare payment app will launch for the Atlanta Streetcar later in 2016.

Visit streetcar.atlantaga.gov for more information.

Base fare

Fare product Cost
Local$1.00

Fare passes

Fare product Cost
1 Day Pass$3.00
1 Day Pass$3.00
7 Day Pass$11.00
30 Day Pass$40.00
Visitor Pass (5 days)$10.00

Learn more about discounts and passes available online »

Maps

Map of attractions
System map

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Schedules

Streetcar Schedules

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Contact

Atlanta Streetcar
55 Trinity Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30303

streetcar@atlantaga.gov
http://streetcar.atlantaga.gov/
(404) 546-0311

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