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Route Changes Coming to Piedmont-Lenox Line on July 6

The Buckhead Community Improvement District (BCID) has reduced funding for the buc, resulting in significant changes to the service on the Piedmont-Lenox Line. Beginning July 6, this route will serve only stops along the Piedmont Corridor, connecting these commuters to the Buckhead MARTA station. Service on the Lenox Park line is unaffected. Click here for more details.

 

Discount MARTA Cards

20150327_104205Livable Buckhead, in partnership with MARTA, provides MARTA Breeze cards at 10% discount.  Why drive to work and waste money on gas?  Pay just $85.50 per month and get unlimited rides on MARTA trains and buses for an entire calendar month – and arrive to work refreshed and relaxed.

Download a one-page informational flyer here.

Click here for a list of Buckhead properties who sell discount MARTA cards on site.

Click here for a list of Buckhead employers who offer discount MARTA cards.

Click here to contact Livable Buckhead’s Program Administrator.

 

“The buc” is…

a community shuttle service designed to provide FAST, FREE and FREQUENT”last mile” connections between Atlanta’s regional rail system, MARTA, and local destinations for Buckhead’s workforce.With a primary focus on commuter travel, “the buc” provides connections between MARTA rail and area offices, hotels and shopping destinations.Launched in 2003, “the buc” is the direct result of a partnership between the Buckhead Community Improvement District, which provides the majority of the funding for the system, and the Livable Buckhead, which plans the system and oversees its daily operation. Anyone and everyone coming to Buckhead during peak commute times is welcome and encouraged to take a FREE RIDE on “the buc”

“The buc” is brought to you by:

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Federal Participation in “the buc”

“The buc” is supported by $154,032 of funding through the  American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. For Whistleblower Protection information, click here.

Contracting Services with “the buc”

The Buckhead Community Improvement District seeks to provide opportunities for disadvantaged and/or minority owned businesses in its contracts and has a goal of 15% participation by such qualified organizations.