Where Atlanta - - THE GUIDE -

AT­LANTA STREET­CAR— At­lanta’s mod­ern, elec­tric street­cars tra­verse a 2.7-mile route with 12 stops down­town and in Old Fourth Ward, bring­ing pas­sen­gers within steps of many can’t-miss attractions, restau­rants, nightlife and his­toric sites. Op­er­ates daily. Check web­site for route map and sched­ule. Tick­ets: one-way trip $1, one-day pass $3. street­car. at­ 404.546.0311. CHECKER CAB— This taxi com­pany has been serv­ing the Metro At­lanta area since 1947. Be­yond pas­sen­ger trans­port, ser­vices also in­clude rush pack­age de­liv­ery. Checker cab works with cor­po­rate ac­counts and ac­cepts ma­jor credit cards. Con­sis­tent with its com­mit­ment of ser­vice to the pub­lic, road ser­vice and as­sis­tance to dis­tressed mo­torists is also provided.­lantacheck­er­ GREENE CLAS­SIC LIM­OU­SINES— Greene’s of­fers lux­ury ground trans­porta­tion for wed­dings, cor­po­rate events, fu­ner­als, nights on the town and more. Call for rates and in­for­ma­tion. www.greeneclas­si­climou­ 888.425.5466. MARTA (MET­RO­POL­I­TAN AT­LANTA RAPID TRAN­SIT AUTHOR­ITY)— At­lanta’s pub­lic trans­porta­tion sys­tem serves 38 rail sta­tions and over 90 bus routes. Buses: week­days 5 am-1:30 am; week­ends and hol­i­days 5 am-12:30 am. Trains: week­days 4:45 am-1 am; week­ends and hol­i­days 6 am-1 am. The rechar­gable Breeze Card stores up to $300 in cash value for up to four years. Tick­ets: one trip $2.50; multi-day passes $9-$19; seven-day pass $23.75; 30-day $95. www.its­ 404.848.5000. RE­LAY BIKE SHARE— Rent a bike at one of 13 sta­tions through­out intown At­lanta. Down­load the “So­cial Bi­cy­cles” app or visit the web­site to find avail­able bikes. $8 per hour.­lay­bike­ 678.710.9900.

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