transportation

Transportation

Atlanta is home to the busiest airport in the world, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.  Most major carriers including American, Southwest, United, US Airways and of course, Delta fly out of Hartsfield-Jackson. Numerous regional carriers and international airlines such as American Eagle, Republic Airlines, Skywest Airlines, Air Canada, Air France, British Airways, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Korean Airlines, and Lufthansa also use Hartsfield-Jackson.

Atlanta has an extensive system of highways and interstate, unfortunately making our traffic legendary.  For real-time traffic reports, visit the Georgia Navigator or dial 511 from any phone. Georgia Commute Options offers carpool and other commute options.

Mass transit is also available in the Atlanta area.  MARTA (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority) anchors mass transit in the city with a multi-line rail and bus system.  Click here for details on bus and train schedules as well as fare information.

Additional regional transit systems connect to MARTA as well as transport riders into the city and around the region.

Major regional transit:

GRTA Express (offers a variety of express bus routes from outlying suburbs)

Cherokee Area Transportation System

Cobb County Transit

Gwinnett County Transit