CEO Jeffrey Parker said the improvements will allow the resumption of regular boarding Monday.
“We are grateful to our customers for continuing to mask up and social distance, and we remain committed to making MARTA a clean, safe place for everyone who relies on essential transit service,” Parker said.
MARTA requires passengers to wear masks and will provide them is passengers don’t have them. So far it has given away 459,000 masks.
The agency says passengers should have their fare ready as they enter the bus through the front door. Passengers will exit through the rear doors.