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Lower level entrance to close overnight; alternate access points available. To accommodate enabling work for two giant canopies that will extend from the North and South sides of the Domestic Terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson, one lower level crosswalk (LN1) from the North Parking Deck will close from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. starting Sunday, June 18. The other lower level crosswalk at LN2 will be accessible as usual for entrance to the terminal and parking levels

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The sight of passengers darting across ATL’s roadways to enter and exit the Domestic Terminal will soon be a thing of the past. One of the major projects underway is construction of two giant canopies that will extend from the North and South sides of the Domestic Terminal. The work is part of ATLNext, the Airport’s $6 billion capital improvement program. While their appearance will be grand, the canopies also will improve the guest experience.

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Elevators to close overnight; alternate transit available to deck’s top floors. To accommodate enabling work for two giant canopies that will extend from the North and South sides of the Domestic Terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), elevators in the North Parking Deck will close from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. starting Monday, May 15. ATL will provide vans for travelers who need assistance accessing the deck’s top level. Travelers are asked to notify

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Domestic Terminal South lane closures

Closures will have little to no impact on ATL operations. As part of the ongoing ATLNext construction projects, preparation for the installation of canopies across the North and South roadways will require nightly closures of additional lanes of traffic beginning tonight, April 12. A portion of the South outer roadway will be closed shortly after 10:00 p.m. and will reopen at 5 a.m. each morning. This closure is required to allow for modifications to the

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North Domestic Lane Closures

Closures will have little to no impact on ATL traffic. As part of the ongoing ATLNext construction projects at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), preparation for the installation of canopies across the North and South roadways will require the overnight closure of additional lanes of traffic beginning tonight. A portion of the North outer roadway will be closed shortly after 9 p.m. and will reopen at 5 a.m. each morning. This closure is required to

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Pioneering project to survey runway at Hartsfield-Jackson This morning, ATL hosted a drone flight over one of its runways as the first major U.S. airport to attain approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to fly in airfield space. The flight surveyed and documented runway pavement for future maintenance and ATLNext construction. The data captured in the flights will be combined with topographical information and holographic imaging to identify needed maintenance and plan for the new

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ATL is making more room for the world’s largest passenger airliner. Gate F3/F3A is undergoing an expansion to accommodate the Airbus A380, a double-deck, wide-body airplane that can seat up to 600 passengers. This expansion will not only allow for an A380 on Concourse F, but it also will greatly shorten the walking distance to Immigration and Customs for passengers. Currently, Hartsfield-Jackson has one gate that accommodates the A380: E3/E3A. However, arriving international passengers at

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Mayor Kasim Reed at ATLNext Industry Day 2017

ATL hosted its annual event to share with and gain from the business community on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, encouraging diversity and participation among contractors. Since the inception of ATLNext, Airport leaders established ATLNext Industry Day to educate contractors about business opportunities and the procurement process. The event, held 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Georgia International Convention Center, promised to "provide the information businesses require and transparency we demand to facilitate ongoing growth

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Transportation mall ceilings to undergo dramatic renovation

When traveling through ATL, have you noticed the gutted ceilings in the transportation mall between concourses? When you step off the Plane Train, you may find the visual a bit unsightly, but give us a little time and soon you will behold a newly renovated look. The Airside Modernization Project will revamp and modernize the ceilings, tunnel and signage in the transportation mall. What is noticeable now is the demolition of the existing ceilings. The

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FAA approves first-ever commercial drone operation in Class B airspace at Hartsfield-Jackson ATLNext projects require a lot of planning to get off the ground. The best way to do that planning at such a large scale is using digital models, so that every stakeholder has access to the same, accurate information and the passenger experience is minimally disrupted. The quickest and safest way to capture the existing site conditions at Hartsfield-Jackson is to fly a

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