The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) is Atlanta's public transportation system comprised of a bus and rail system that connects all parts of Atlanta. A single $2.50 fare covers one-way bus or train trips, including transfers.The GWCC is MARTA accessible at two stations.
For many events on the GWCCA campus, parking is at a premium and MARTA is the fastest and easiest way to arrive. This is especially true for Georgia Dome events, where MARTA is highly recommended.
The GWCCA is MARTA accessible at three stations.
If you are coming from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, MARTA has a rail station located at the north end of the airport, near baggage claim. This service offers the quickest and least expensive way to get to and from the airport to downtown Atlanta.For more information on MARTA, visit www.itsmarta.com or download their Rookie's Guide to Riding MARTA.
Atlanta has more than 1,500 taxis available to take attendees to and from their hotel throughout Atlanta. With preset rates for trips to and from the airport and within Downtown and Midtown, taxis provide an economical mode of transportation.
There is a $2.00 charge for each additional person.
Fares originating from a business and concluding at a business within the zone of Downtown or Midtown have a rate of $8.00 for one person. There is a $2.00 charge for each additional person.
Attendees staying in the downtown area can board the Streetcar at one of the 12 stops along the route to get to restaurants, hotels and other local attractions, including Centennial Olympic Park.
Visit the streetcar website for fare, schedule, and safety information. You’ll also find a list of things to see and do in Downtown Atlanta that are easily accessible from the Atlanta Streetcar.