New technology and a focus on connectivity are redefining how cities work.
That’s why MARTA’s new Universal CityWalk program will begin next year.
The program is aimed at making the MARTA system as accessible as possible to the millions of people who ride the transit system every day.
This week, MARTA announced the program will launch in 2021.
The MARTA Universal Citywalk program will allow riders to experience the city without leaving the terminal, making it easier for people to access MARTA and to interact with each other.
The program will also allow riders and drivers to share information, including location, fares, and other information, so people can avoid the traffic and wait times associated with traditional transit, MART officials said.
This new information will enable the system to better serve people and improve safety, MARTS officials said in a statement.
Marion County Executive Warren Evans said he believes the Universal Citywalker program will be a success.
“I think it’s going to help us get through a difficult time,” Evans said.
“I know this is going to be a tough time, and we’re going to need people to step up and be involved.
According to MARTS, the Universal Citieswalk program is being developed with input from local communities.
Evans, who has championed the program, said he hopes the project will help bring more people to the city.
MARC’s Universal CitiesWalk program is open to anyone who wants to experience New York City.
It will run from September 20 to March 20, 2021.
For more information about the program and how to get involved, go to marioncounty.gov.
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