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February 19, 2020



                                 MARTA ANNOUNCES 2020 POP-UP BREEZE LOCATIONS

                                 Pop-up Shops in Atlanta, Clayton, DeKalb & Fulton Make Purchases a Breeze


ATLANTA – The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) is bringing back the popular Breeze pop-up stores for 2020. The next one is scheduled for Thursday, February 20, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Lou Walker Senior Center on Panola Road in Lithonia.

Once a month, in locations throughout the City of Atlanta, and Clayton, DeKalb, and Fulton Counties, customers can buy Breeze cards/tickets, load fare onto their card, update an expired card, or get a reduced fare card.

Customers can also complete and submit applications for paratransit service, learn how to navigate the MARTA system, and how to connect with our regional transit partners if they need to travel outside MARTA’s service area.

“It’s important that all our valued customers have convenient access to these services,” said MARTA General Manager and CEO Jeffrey Parker. “The pop-up locations were a great success last year and we are excited to offer them monthly in central locations in all the jurisdictions MARTA serves.”

The pop-up locations are open the third Thursday of each month and offer a more convenient option for seniors, the disabled and others who prefer not to wait for delivery of cards purchased online.

The community locations also increase options for those eligible for reduced fare cards, as applications are typically only available at two locations. Please note that valid photo identification and proof of eligibility are still required to apply for reduced fare cards. 

For details about dates, locations and bus/rail routes to the pop-up Breeze locations see the attached list, call 404.848.5000 or visit  www.itsmarta.com/popup .

A reminder that customers can also purchase Breeze cards in the RideStores at Five Points and Airport Stations, in vending machines located in MARTA rail stations, or online anytime.

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