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Inman Park neighborhood guide to MARTA

The Inman Park neighborhood is full of parks and historic homes, and has its own MARTA station.
The Inman Park neighborhood is full of parks and historic homes, and has its own MARTA station.
Brent Newhall

Looking to move to Inman Park? As a historic neighborhood just over two miles from downtown Atlanta, it features the Inman Park Village and offers easy access to the BeltLine Eastside Trail, The PATH and the neighborhoods of Virginia Highland, Poncey Highland, Little 5 Points, Candler Park, Cabbagetown and Old Fourth Ward. Plus, it is one of the more transit-accessible neighborhoods in Atlanta. See below for ways to best use transit if you plan to live (or already live) in the area.

Nearest Train Station
The neighborhood has its own train station, the Inman Park MARTA station at the intersection of Dekalb Avenue and Hurt Street. There is free daily parking, great for parking and riding the train to work, school or events.

Bus Routes
Bus 3 is the main route that travels through the neighborhood via Lake Avenue and Highland Avenue. It travels downtown and to Little 5 Points/Candler Park. Bus 16 is another route at the far north end of the neighborhood that travels on Freedom Parkway to downtown and up N. Highland Avenue.

MARTA Best Bets
If you're going to ride MARTA, use it for these destinations:

  • Classes and events at Georgia State University
  • Concerts and events at the Georgia Dome, Philips Arena, Georgia World Congress Center
  • Concerts, events and July 4th at Centennial Olympic Park
  • Downtown events and employers (can take the train or bus 3 as appropriate)
  • Employment or classes at Emory University (via bus 6, which departs from the train station)
  • Airport (if you live close enough to walk to the station)

See this list of destinations near the Inman Park station for ideas of local spots to check out and the Inman Park MARTA Guide for additional information and tips.

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