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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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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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Roadway closures North Terminal

With holiday travel behind us, ATLNext construction is picking back up in 2017. Expect lane closures at the Domestic terminal entrances as work continues on the new canopies. North Terminal From January 3 to May 25, one outer lane in front of the North Terminal will be closed, as well as parts of the lower roadway bus lane and sidewalk. South Terminal From January 3 to May 25, one exterior lane will be closed at

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In anticipation of holiday passenger traffic, expect limited ATLNext construction activity during the next two weeks. Scaling back lane closures at the Domestic entrances as canopy construction continues From December 15 through January 2, one outer lane will be partially closed in front of both the North and South Terminals. Part of one lane will also be closed at the terminals' lower roadways. What does this mean for you? This work will have minimal impact

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As part of upgrades to existing parking facilities, repairs have started at the Rental Car Center at Hartsfield-Jackson. The work includes rust removal and painting of the pedestrian bridges that connect the Center to the surrounding rental car parking garages. In order to make these upgrades, you can expect rotating lane closures on Rental Car Center Parkway through the end of the year as each walkway is painted one by one. Depending on the day,

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Lane Closures Airport Boulevard Connector

As part of ongoing work at Hartsfield-Jackson's new domestic commercial vehicle and taxi hold lot, one southbound lane along Airport Boulevard Connector will be closed October 28 and 31, as well as November 1, 2 and 4. The far right turning lane onto the Rental Car Center Parkway will be closed at 8 a.m. each day, and the entire road will be re-opened by 4 p.m. Impact on traffic is expected to be minimal; Atlanta

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South Terminal Lane Closures

Expect lane closures as pre-construction begins for the two new canopies at ATL's Domestic entrances. North Terminal Starting October 15, two outer lanes in front of the North Terminal will be closed, as well as parts of the lower roadway bus lane and sidewalk. South Terminal Starting October 30, one exterior lane will be closed at the South Terminal, as well as part of one lower-level lane. What does this mean for you? This work

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ATL is undergoing a facelift as crews lay the groundwork for the construction of two giant canopies on the north and south entrances of the Domestic Terminal. Initial work begins Saturday, Oct. 15, with crews relocating utilities, building temporary elevators and constructing temporary pedestrian ramps. Once constructed, the two canopies will total the length of nearly three football fields, providing a dramatic entrance to the Domestic Terminal while protecting guests from the elements. Also starting

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