Doraville (MARTA station)
MARTA rapid transit station
|Address||6000 New Peachtree Road
Doraville, GA 30340
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Parking||Daily is free, overnight is US$8 per day|
|Opened||December 29, 1992|
Doraville is an elevated metro station and the northern terminus on the Gold Line of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system, located in Doraville, Georgia. Doraville serves as the ground for the Doraville rail yard for the Gold line, with a capacity of 30 rail cars.
This station mainly serves Doravile, and certain communities in Gwinnett County.
This station provides access to Doraville City Hall, Doraville Health Department, Doraville Public Library, and Xpress bus service to Sugarloaf Mills (formerly Discover Mills). Bus service is provided at this station to; Oglethorpe University, Buford Highway, Tucker, Phipps Plaza, Peachtree Industrial Blvd and Brandsmart USA.
|Westbound||← Gold Line toward Airport (Chamblee)|
|Island platform, doors will open on the left|
|Termination track||← Gold Line toward Airport (Chamblee)
→ Gold Line alighting passengers only →
|G||Street Level||Entrance/Exit, station house|
Doraville has 1070 daily and long term parking spaces available for MARTA users which are located in paved parking lots and one parking deck. Daily parking (less than 24 hours) is free; long term parking is charged at US$8 per day, including the first day.
- Route 10* - Discover Mills via Gwinnett Place Mall / Buford Hwy.
- Route 25 - Peachtree Industrial Boulevard
- Route 39 - Buford Highway
- Route 104 - Winters Chapel Road
- Route 124 - Pleasantdale Road
- Route 408** - Johns Creek Technology Park
Connections to other transit systems
- MARTA station page
- nycsubway.org Atlanta page
- Armour Yard Online Media Kit
- Station from Google Maps Street View
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