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|MARTA rapid transit station|
|Location||1111 Hammond Drive|
Dunwoody, GA 30328
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Connections||MARTA Bus: 5, 87, 150, GRTA, PTC shuttles|
|Architect||Turner Associates Architects and Planners, Inc|
|Opened||June 8, 1996|
|Passengers (2013)||3,545 (avg. weekday) 3%|
Dunwoody is a train station in Dunwoody, Georgia, on the Red Line of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. It is located at the southwest corner of Perimeter Mall, and also serves the surrounding high-rise office parks in the Perimeter Center business district. From 1996 to 2000, it was the terminus of the old North Line.
The station serves Dunwoody as well as commuters from surrounding north DeKalb and Fulton counties. The Sandy Springs city limit is just 300 meters/1,000 feet west at the county line. It is the only Red Line station in DeKalb County, as the line (which otherwise runs in Fulton County, just west of the due north/south county line) swings east for this station.
|Southbound||← Red Line toward Airport (nights toward Lindbergh Center) (Medical Center)|
|Island platform, doors will open on the left|
|Northbound||Red Line toward North Springs (Sandy Springs) →|
|G||Street Level||Entrance/Exit, station house|
Dunwoody has 1,048 daily and long term parking spaces available for MARTA users which are located in two parking decks.
Nearby landmarks and popular destinations
- Perimeter Mall
- Cox Communications
- Central Perimeter Business District
Special bus routes
In the mornings, MARTA provides a direct bus Route toward North Springs High School via Route 87.
The station is served by the following MARTA bus routes:
- Route 5 - Piedmont Road / Sandy Springs
- Route 87 - Roswell Road / Morgan Falls
- Route 150 - Perimeter Center / Dunwoody Village
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