Indian Creek station
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|MARTA rapid transit station|
MARTA Indian Creek station facing westward
|Location||3901 Durham Park Road|
Stone Mountain, GA 30083
|Platforms||1 Island platform|
|Connections||MARTA Bus: 24, 107, 111, 116, 119|
|Parking||910 East Lot spaces and 1,440 West Lot spaces|
|Bicycle facilities||4 spaces|
|Opened||June 26, 1993|
|Passengers (2013)||5,612 (avg. weekday) 1%|
Indian Creek is a train station in unincorporated DeKalb County, Georgia, the eastern terminus of the Blue Line of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. It has an island platform with one track on each side of the platform. This station opened in June 1993.
As the eastern terminus for the Blue Line, it primarily serves commuters who take advantage of the free daily parking and ride into the city of Atlanta. Located just outside "The Perimeter" Interstate 285, it mainly serves the City of Lithonia, The newly incorporated City of Stonecrest, as well as communities in: The City of Stone Mountain, and unincorporated Decatur. Bus service is provided at this station to: The City of Lithonia, The Mall at Stonecrest, Memorial Drive Park & Ride, East Dekalb Health Center, Hillandale-Dekalb Medical Center, East Lake Golf Course, Edgewood Retail District and the City of Stone Mountain.
|G||Street Level||Entrance/Exit, station house|
|P||Westbound||← Blue Line toward H. E. Holmes (Kensington)|
|Island platform, doors will open on the left, right|
|Westbound||← Blue Line toward H. E. Holmes (Kensington)|
Buses at this station
The station is served by the following MARTA bus routes:
East Bus Bays
- Route 24 - McAfee / Hosea Williams Drive / East Lake
- Route 111 - Snapfinger Woods Drive / South Hairston Rd / Stonecrest mall
- Route 116 - Redan Roadd / Stonecrest Mall
- Route 119 - Hairston Road / Stone Mountain Village
West Bus Bays
- Route 107 - Glenwood Road.
- "2014 Transportation Fact Book" (PDF). Atlanta Regional Commission. Retrieved 22 July 2015.
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