PARKING LOT IMPROVEMENTS
TO BEGIN AT
KENSINGTON AND INMAN PARK/REYNOLDSTOWN STATIONS
ATLANTA – The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA)
continues its focus on Service, Experience, and Expansion
or SEE. On Thursday, Feb. 8, MARTA will begin improvements to the parking lots
at Kensington and Inman Park/Reynoldstown Stations as part of its commitment to
the State of Good Repair Program. Upon project completion, customers will SEE
improved accessibility, sidewalks, crosswalks, landscaping, and lighting.
At Kensington, Phase I includes two sections of the north parking
lot. Customers will need to access parking from the Mountain Drive or
Kensington Road entrances. The Memorial Drive entrance will be closed.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible parking will be temporarily
moved to the south lot and can be accessed from Kensington Road. Pedestrian
access to the station and StationSoccer will remain open during construction.
At Inman Park/Reynoldstown, Phase I will close the south
(Reynoldstown) bus loop and parking lot. All bus service (Routes 4, 6, 32, and
74) will be accessible on the north (Inman Park) side. Customers may also
consider driving east to Edgewood/Candler Park Station for additional parking.
Pedestrian access on both sides will remain open. Phase I is expected to finish
in April, before the Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes on April 26-28. ADA
accessible parking will remain available during the project.
Be on the lookout for directional signs at the stations and SEE
more about the project here.
progress and stay connected to MARTA:
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@MARTAservice and @MARTAtransit
Service – 404-848-5000
Engineer – Angela Denson - email@example.com