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MARTA to run on modified schedule

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MARTA is operating on a modified rail and bus schedule on Thursday.

Officials from MARTA say rail service will begin around 6 a.m. on all lines and will run until 1:30 a.m. They are asking that customers allow extra time to complete their trips. Trains will be running about every 15 to 30 minutes.  

Bus service will resume at about 8 a.m. on selected routes and will run until 11:30 p.m.

The "selected" bus routes are listed below:

• 4-Thomasville/Moreland Ave

• 5-Piedmont Road/Sandy Springs

• 6-Emory

• 15-South DeKalb/Candler Road

• 19-Clairmont Road

• 21-Memorial Drive

• 37-DeFoors Ferry Road/Atlantic Station

• 39-Buford Highway

• 51-Joseph E. Boone Blvd.

• 71-Cascade Road

• 73-Fulton Industrial

• 78-Cleveland Avenue

• 83-Cambpellton Road/Greenbriar

• 87-Roswell Road/Morgan Falls

• 95-Metropolitan Pkwy./Hapeville

• 99-Boulevard/Monroe Drive

• 107-Glenwood Rd.

• 110-Peachtree St. "The Peach"

• 111-Snapfinger Woods Drive/Stonecrest

• 120-E. Ponce de Leon Ave./Tucker

• 121-Stone Mountain/Memorial Drive

• 123-North DeKalb Mall/Belvedere

• 125-Clarkston/Northlake

• 155-Windsor St/Lakewood Ave

• 180-Fairburn/Palmetto

• 185-Alpharetta/Holcomb Bridge Rd.

• 189-Old National Hwy./Union Station

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