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ATLNext moves ahead on canopies, parking, terminal

Enhancements to the world’s busiest and most efficient airport are happening 24/7 as Hartsfield-Jackson’s multibillion-dollar capital improvement program continues. Read below for activity updates on several ATLNext projects. Canopy – North N5 crosswalk is closed due to steel work and canopy welding on the opposite (east) end. Travelers and staff must walk through the N3 … Continue →

ATLNext Industry Day offers opportunities, encourages inclusion

As construction continues on Hartsfield-Jackson’s multibillion-dollar capital improvement program, ATLNext Industry Day returned for the third year to educate and inspire contractors, particularly minorities and women, about business opportunities at the world’s busiest airport. ATLNext officially kicked off in fall 2016, and since then, the Airport has made enormous progress on massive canopies rising alongside … Continue →

ATLNext Industry Day 2018

View and download the presentations from ATLNext Industry Day on April 3, 2018.   Track 1 | Doing Business with ATL   Track 2 | ATL Behind the Scenes: Security & Safety   Track 3 | ATLNext Project Updates  

Canopy Construction to Impact North Hourly Parking Exit

Temporary change to last through September 2018 Hartsfield-Jackson officials will temporarily move the North hourly parking lot exit beginning 12:01 a.m. Monday, March 26. During this time, North hourly lot customers will instead utilize the same exit plaza as daily and economy parkers. Additional parking staff will accommodate the adjustment. The North hourly lot entrance … Continue →

Holiday Travel: Construction Impacts

Minimized construction for holiday travel period The Christmas and New Year’s holiday travel period is considered one of the busiest travel times of the year at ATL, and this week’s forecast is no exception. Ongoing ATLNext construction efforts will be curtailed to minimize congestion during the holiday period. There will be no overnight roadwork at … Continue →

Thanksgiving Travel: Construction Impacts

Minimized construction for Thanksgiving travel period The Thanksgiving holiday travel period is considered the busiest travel time of the year at ATL, and this week’s forecast is no exception, with more than 3 million people expected to navigate through Hartsfield-Jackson. Ongoing ATLNext construction efforts will be curtailed to minimize congestion during the holiday period. There … Continue →

Gaining Altitude: Future of ATL

Presented to ATL Airport Chamber of Commerce Thursday, October 12, 2017 By Roosevelt Council, Jr. Airport General Manager    

ATL Marks Milestone in ‘Iconic’ Canopy Project

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) officials, along with City leaders and partnering construction and design firms, marked a milestone in the Airport’s capital improvement program, as steel installation is set to begin on the massive canopies that will change the face of the Domestic Terminal. “These canopies will increase efficiency by expanding roadways,” Atlanta Mayor … Continue →

ATL Continues Construction-Related Road Closures

Temporary closures to facilitate work on Domestic Terminal canopies ATL officials will temporarily close portions of the North roadways beginning Sunday, Oct. 1. These closures are necessary to facilitate ongoing construction of the massive canopies that will span the North and South roadways alongside the Domestic Terminal. The North lower roadway will close at 9 … Continue →

North Road Closures Starting Sept. 24

Temporary closures related to canopy construction ATL officials will temporarily close portions of the North lower and upper roadways beginning Sunday, Sept. 24. The closures are necessary to facilitate ongoing construction of the massive canopies that will eventually span the North and South roadways alongside the Domestic Terminal. The North lower roadway will close at … Continue →