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For Commuters

Better workdays begin with better rides

Arrive at work invigorated, save money, and sidestep the usual stress. Discover smarter, cost-effective commuting options with our help.


You’re never more than a short walk away from a transit stop in Perimeter. We are anchored by three MARTA stations and abundant shuttle and bus options. Transit is also “good for you”. Transit riders take 30% more steps per day and spend 8.3 more minutes walking than people who rely on their cars. Hop on board with these local transit options:
For many commuters, MARTA is the easiest and most direct way to the Perimeter area. Don’t forget, you have direct access to Hartsfield Jackson Airport from Perimeter on MARTA. Use MARTA On the Go for real-time arrival information and request a ride with Uber directly through the app for the last leg of your trip.

SRTA Xpress serves Perimeter with three direct routes (all with Wi-Fi and reclining seats!). Bus doesn’t get you all the way to work? You can transfer to MARTA for free.

Many workplaces offer shuttles that connect with nearby MARTA stations. Check here for a listing of all the Perimeter shuttle routes and hours. All of these shuttles are absolutely free to employees!
You could win $25 gift cards or even earn up to $150 by logging a transit commute.

Share the ride

Split the cost of driving, gas, and parking by sharing the ride in a car or van. Find a carpool partner or vanpool route at Once you find one, check out all these great perks for sharing the ride:
Get a free Uber ride home when you need it most. From unscheduled overtime to personal emergencies, you’ll always have a way home when you share the ride.

Carpool with two or three other people and earn gas cards for your commute.

Share the ride to win $25 gift cards or even earn up to $150 by logging a carpool/vanpool commute.


Fun fact: Perimeter has nearly 11 miles of bike lanes, making it even easier for you to get around Perimeter on two wheels.
Atlanta is lucky to have one of the few transit agencies that allow bikes on their trains. Go the distance by combining your bike ride with a train/bus ride.
Cyclists can use the Guaranteed Ride Home to receive a free Uber ride in the event of a personal emergency or unscheduled overtime.
New full-time bicycle riders can expect to lose an average of 13 pounds their first year of bike commuting according to International Bicycle Fund.
Earn up to $150 by making the switch from driving alone. Log your commute to win $25 gift cards.

Navigate construction

Major, multi-year improvements to I-285 and GA 400 are underway, changing the way you get to work for the next few years. But you don’t have to navigate construction on your own.

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