North Avenue is an underground train station on the Red and Gold lines of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system. Named after the nearby North Avenue, it is located on the southern end of Midtown Atlanta. The walls are made of White tile and painted with a mural of green hills, a blue sky, and clouds. It is among the busiest stations in the system with an average of 15,000 boardings per weekday. The station has a direct entrance to the AT&T Midtown Center and is actually located in the skyscraper's basement.
It provides access to the Atlanta Civic Center, Baltimore Block, Bank of America Plaza, Bobby Dodd Stadium, Emory Crawford Long Hospital, Georgia Institute of Technology, Shakespeare Tavern, The Varsity, Rufus M. Rose House, The Fox Theatre, and the Georgian Terrace Hotel. It also provides connecting bus service, to The Carter Center, the communities of Edgewood, and Inman Park, Fulton County Sheriffs Headquarter and Jail, Coca-Cola Headquarters, Bauder College, and Georgia Tech.