How to take MARTA to the Atlanta airport while rail station is closed

The Atlanta airport rail station will be closed for six weeks, starting Monday

The MARTA rail station at Atlanta airport will close for 6 weeks for renovations starting Monday, April 8. Shuttle buses will run from the College Park Station.

The MARTA station at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport will be closed due to construction between April 8-May 19, 2024.

During those six weeks, MARTA will be using a bus bridge to deliver riders to and from the airport. Shuttles are scheduled to operate 22 hours per day from 4 a.m. – 2 a.m. and are expected to run every 12 minutes.

Here’s how to use it:

During the weeks of April 8-May 19, 2024, MARTA will run a bus bridge between the College Park and Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport while the airport station is under construction.

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Going to the airport

Red and Gold lines will terminate at the College Park Station and riders should catch the airport shuttle from the bus loop. Shuttles may add an extra 30 minutes to travel time.

The shuttle will drop off riders at the Domestic Terminal North lower level, and riders can take elevators or escalators one level up to the North ticketing area.

Leaving the airport

Riders should go to the Domestic Terminal North and take elevators or escalators to the lower level LN1 or LN2 doors, which lead to the shuttle pickup area.

The MARTA shuttle will take riders to the College Park Station, where riders can pick up Red or Gold line trains going north.

During the weeks of April 8-May 19, 2024, MARTA will run a bus bridge between Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and the College Park station while the airport station is under construction. Riders taking MARTA should pick up the shuttle outside the lower level of Terminal North at doors LN1 and LN2.

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