Here at the City of Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), we sincerely acknowledge the concerns that our small business partners are facing, particularly during the current coronavirus crisis. Many of you have shared a number of issues that you feel can be addressed by ATL leadership to aid the small business community and help … Continue →
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Under the ATLNext 20-year blueprint for growth, the Airport is poised to continue the modernization of its Domestic Terminal, expand its cargo operations and concourses, replace two of its parking facilities, and pave the way for a hotel and mixed-use development project. To get a detailed list of current and upcoming projects see below. Active … Continue →
The next steps in the ongoing efforts to beautify and make more efficient the inbound roadways at ATL will impact traffic for a few hours Saturday, February 22. The first major component of the South Roadway pedestrian bridge will be installed, necessitating a closure of the roadway and requiring a temporary rerouting of shuttle buses. … Continue →
Click here to download the presentation shared by Tom Nissalke during the September 24, 2019, ATLNext Contractor’s Roundtable.
Off-Airport parking customers, regional shared ride shuttle customers to be relocated Ongoing Airport construction efforts will impact ATL customers who utilize off-airport parking shuttles and regional shared ride shuttles beginning Monday, Aug. 12. Off-Airport parking shuttles currently pick up customers at the Ground Transportation center just beyond the West Curb. Starting Monday, Aug. 12, those … Continue →
More than 3.7 million passengers expected to travel through ATL As the world’s busiest and most efficient airport prepares for a robust holiday travel period, Airport construction officials will halt most public-facing work to ease traffic concerns. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) expects to serve more than 3.7 million passengers during the holiday period that … Continue →
ATL public-facing construction efforts on hold to ease traffic More than 3 million passengers are expected to travel through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) during the Thanksgiving period between Friday, Nov. 16 and Monday, Nov. 26. Additionally, airline forecasts predict ATL’s one-day screening record of more than 93,000 passengers set this past Memorial Day holiday … Continue →
All structural steel for the North canopy has been erected. Nineteen steel supertrusses on the North canopy were constructed from October 2017 to May 2018. Check it out!