Today, half of the Terminal North curbside lanes are closed overnight and a few lanes are closed at the Terminal South curbside.
By late October, the North curbside canopy will be mostly complete, he said. Then, the roadways on that side of the terminal will fully re-open.
But construction at the Terminal South curbside could bring a new level of traffic congestion.
The Terminal South side of the facility gets about 80 percent of the traffic, according to Bheodari.
During construction at the South curbside, commercial traffic such as shuttles will be moved from the outer lanes of the South curbside to the North curbside, he said. That will free up the outer lanes to ease traffic congestion on the South side, he said.
Bheodari said in preparation for the Super Bowl, the airport has set up a focus group focused on seven key areas, with 34 working groups.
The airport is working on security plans, planning to increase emergency medical support and preparing for any inclement weather. He said the airport is doing preventing maintenance on its snow and ice equipment, and stocking up on deicing fluid.
Hartsfield-Jackson plans to active its emergency operations center for the Super Bowl to be able to quickly respond to any emergency.