MARTA says it plans to run a normal transit schedule Tuesday.
All busses, trains and mobility services will run on Tuesday, according to a news release.
For real-time updates on arrivals and departures, you can download MARTA's On the Go smartphone app.
"We're an essential provider of transportation services and we know that people are depending on us," said Keith T. Parker, MARTA's general manager and CEO. "We've been making plans to prepare for bad weather and we'll be running as much of our service as possible for as long as we can do so safely."
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