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How to get around:
MARTA Call for schedules: (404)848-4711 (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit
Authority) is one of the most advanced rapid transit systems in the United
States. All buses and train stations accept the MARTA Trans card. For a flat
weekly or monthly fee, patrons have unlimited use of the entire system. Cards
are sold at RideStore locations at the airport and major stations and in many
grocery and convenience stores. With the card, transfers are not needed.
Children three and under ride free.
Trains run every 4 minutes on weekdays between 5am and 7pm. From 7pm-1am they
run every 10 minutes. On Saturday and Sunday they run every 10 or 15 minutes
until 1am on Sunday morning and 12:30am on Monday morning.
Buses follow the same schedule.
Atlanta's 2000+ cabs operate under a limited flat rate structure by zones. The
fare from the airport to the downtown business district is about $20. for one
passenger. Sales tax is extra, as is baggage.
AAA Yellow Cab
Rapid Taxi Co
Yellow Cab Dunwoody
Hartsfield Atlanta International
Tel: (404) 530-6600 Fax: (404) 530-6803
Distance from city: 10 miles (16km)
Airport Code: ATL
Transportation between Hartsfield and the Metro Atlanta area: Buses run from 5
a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Monday through Friday and from 5:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.
weekends and holidays.
MARTA's rail system operates from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Friday and
from 6 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. weekends and holidays. Rail cars run every four
minutes between the airport and Lindbergh Center Station. Fares: Approximate
fares: 1 person - $ 1.50; 2 people - 3.00; 3 people - 4.50 (or buy a Trans Pass
and use it throughout your stay).
Metro Area Shuttles:
Reservations required. Check with dispatcher at Airport Shuttle desk.
Hartsfield Airport is the size of a small city and employs 35,000 people. The
Atrium, a 225,000 sq. ft. 4 story structure, topped with a 60 ft. wide skylight
connects the north and south terminals. It contains over 40 restaurants and
shops and is also the location of a 20,000 sq. foot conference center with
accommodation for the running of 15 meetings simultaneously.
Brookwood Station, 1688 Peachtree Street NW (404) 881-3060. Service daily to and
from NY Penn Station and New Orleans
Greyhound Bus Lines:
232 Forsyth St., SW (404) 584-1728
Driving in Atlanta:
Atlanta is served by three major highways: Interstate 85N (the Northeast
Expressway) and its counterpart I85S (the Southwest Expressway); Interstate 75
North and South; and Interstate 20East and West. In Atlanta, the rush hour
never seems to end. The public transportation is excellent, and most visitors
find that it is easy to manage without a car, or by renting one for excursions
way beyond the city.