Atlanta Braves fans wishing to avoid driving in I-75 and I-285 traffic can bypass the highways altogether by taking public transportation.
If you’re leaving your car behind, you’re going to need a game plan. Check out your options below.
SunTrust Park address: 755 Battery Avenue, SE, Atlanta 30339
SunTrust Park directions: How to get to the new Braves stadium using MARTA
Option 1: At the MARTA Midtown station, catch the MARTA Bus Route 12 bound for to Cumberland Mall. At the Cumberland Transfer Center, exit the bus and catch the Cumberland District Circulator to SunTrust Park. MARTA bus Route 12 operates seven days a week.
Schedule: Download the free MARTA On-The-Go app for schedules and real-time bus information
Option 2: At the MARTA Arts Center station, catch the CobbLinc Bus Route 10 or Rapid 10 bound for Marietta. At the Cumberland Transfer Center, exit the bus and catch the Cumberland District Circulator to SunTrust Park. Bus Route 10 and Rapid 10 operate seven days a week.
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about SunTrust Park
Which MARTA stations have free parking?
Several MARTA stations offer free daily parking and paid long-term parking. Any station with a car graphic on the MARTA map, including Lindbergh and North Springs, offers free daily parking.
Why is there no MARTA service in Cobb County?
Cobb County voted against MARTA expansion in the 1970s. In 1989, Cobb County introduced their own public transit system. Currently, MARTA is not planning additional bus services to Cobb County, according to Ben Limmer, assistant general manager for planning.
Can I park at Cumberland Mall and catch the shuttle to SunTrust Park?
The Cumberland District Circulator shuttles will not stop at Cumberland Mall, according to previous coverage by The AJC. Mall officials discourage Braves fans from parking at the mall and riding the shuttle to the stadium.
How else can I reach SunTrust Park without driving?
The Atlanta Braves recommend using the ride-sharing service Uber to reach SunTrust Park. The stadium features a lot reserved for Uber drivers to pick up and drop off passengers. Other ride sharing services, including Lyft, will not have access to the lot.
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