After years of service cuts and fare hikes, MARTA is profitable again and planning to reinvest in beefed up rail service.
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If you go: The public can provide feedback about the proposed service modifications at a public hearing at 7 p.m. Sept. 19 at the MARTA headquarters building at 2424 Piedmont Rd. NE in Atlanta. More information on the rail service changes as well as some proposed bus route changes is available at www.itsmarta.com.