April 24, 2023 


ATLANTA _ The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) will celebrate improvements at College Park rail station with a ribbon-cutting on the station’s East Plaza on Wednesday, April 26 at 10 a.m. Improvements at the station include replacement of pavers on the plaza, pressure washing, repairs to light fixtures, sign replacement, bench enhancement, paint touch-up, and landscaping.

 “I’m a big believer in celebrating milestones in projects, no matter the size,” said MARTA General Manager and CEO Collie Greenwood. “These types of improvements, that can be done at a low cost and rather quickly make a big difference in the customer experience and can be accomplished as other station enhancement projects such as parking lot repaving begin.”

WHAT:         College Park Station Improvements Celebration

WHEN:         Wednesday, April 26

                     10 a.m.

WHERE:       College Park Station – East Plaza

                     3800 Main St.

                     College Park, Ga. 30337

WHO:           Collie Greenwood, General Manager & CEO, MARTA

                     Councilman Joe Carn, City of College Park

                     David Moody, Jr., President & CEO, C.D. Moody Construction          

MARTA’s Station Rehabilitation Program is a multi-year $300 million investment in improving the customer experience through projects that range from the aesthetic to the transformative. All 38 rail stations are part of the Program, and all projects will use materials that are easier to maintain, making station cleaner and safer for riders. 

For video of the recent College Park Station improvements visit Before and After: College Park Station Rehabilitation | Paver Replacement - YouTube.

College Park Station East Plaza before and after


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