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Traffic & Public Transportation in Alpharetta : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Apr 9, 2013
Fred Yancy answered:
Since you are leaving from Alpharetta you will be near Highway 400. Exit 5 at the Marta station. Take the Marta train the Atlanta Underground Shopping Station, follow the signs to above ground where Marta buses will be waiting to take you to the Braves stadium. The entire trip will take an hour and $4

Have a great time at the game!
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Fri Jun 17, 2011
Daryl Dennis answered:
Good question it takes between 15 & 30 min and Marta trains run up to north springs.
you can see the Marta routes at this link http://itsmarta.com/rail-schedules-or-route.aspx
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Tue Dec 16, 2008
Hank Miller answered:
Ouch - that's a rough one no matter how you slice it.

The problem is that either Alphartetta or Marietta is opposite of Ellenwood. From Alpharetta you'll wind up running 400 to either 285 east/south or I85/75 south through the city. From Marietta you'll likely shoot I75 to 285 west and come around the SW side or run I85/75 through the city. It also depends where in those areas you'll be - just getting to the main routes can be suicidal....

I can speak pretty good on all this - I'm an appraiser as well and planning travel times/routes is key to being productive for me. For me, this run is a 45 minute run off rush hour - in rush hour I'd say a good 90-120 minutes total barring rain and accidents. Of course ruch hour ranges a good three hours or so - say 6:30-9:30 and 4:30 to 7:30 or so.

Give me more specifics and I'm happy to offer possible alternatives - hang in there!

Hank Miller, SRA, ABR
Associate Broker & Certified Appraiser
Prudential Georgia Realty
678-428-8276
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Thu Jul 19, 2007
Deryk Harper answered:
With the recent completion of the widening of GA 400 north and south bound lanes through Alpharetta the sometimes grinding rush hour commute has eased considerably. I just drove from 285/400 straight up to GA 400 exit 11 Windward Pkwy during peak rush hour and made it in about 15 minutes now that all lanes of 400 are open. That used to take 30+ minutes easily. The pending completion through to Windward Pkwy of the primary North/South artery, Westside Parkway just west of GA 400 should create even better flow as locals will no longer have to jump on 400 just to travel from Windward Pkwy to Old Milton Pkwy or Haynes Bridge Rd. Recent completion of work on the east side of Alpharetta along Old Milton Pkwy, States Bridge Rd, Abbott's Bridge and Jones Bridge Rd has brought long awaited and welcome relief to severe bottlenecks in that area. ... more
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Fri Jul 6, 2007
Deryk Harper answered:
With the expansion of Atlanta's MARTA public bus and rail transportation system into key areas of Alpharetta, commuters are beginning to enjoy alternatives to cars for transportation. Plans are in the works to expand the Big Creek Greenway north into Cumming and South to connect with Roswell's pathways. I do see a few bike and Segway commuters along Windward Pkwy. The close proximity of many apartment complexes to Windward office complexes also makes walking or taking the bus an option for quite a few residents. There are still gaps to fill before most people would feel comfortable living here without a car....but it is possible. ... more
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