Getting There

By Plane

Atlanta is home to the busiest and most efficient airport in the world: Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL). The airport is approximately 10 miles from the Georgia World Congress Center - the Conference site - and our contracted hotels. The cab fare from Hartsfield-Jackson to the center is about $30. You can always take MARTA, Atlanta's public transportation system, to the Georgia World Congress Center from the airport. Take the Gold/Red Line northbound and get off at Five Points. Change trains and take the Green/Blue Line westbound and get off at the next stop, Dome/GWCC/Phillips Arena/CNN Center. The ride is about 25 minutes and costs approximately $2.50 one way.

Downtown Atlanta will soon host its very own Atlanta Streetcar, which will connect the city's most valuable assets, such as the Georgia Aquarium and Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site. More information will be made available soon.

The Atlanta Airport Shuttle Service (TAASS) is the official shared-ride shuttle service provider at Hartsfield-Jackson serving downtown. TAASS operates from 6 a.m. to midnight daily; the one-way fare is $16.50.

By Train

Amtrak serves Atlanta with trains arriving and departing daily. To purchase tickets, visit the Amtrak website or call 800-USA-RAIL for more information. Atlanta, GA - Peachtree Station (ATL) is approximately 3.5 miles from the Georgia World Congress Center, the Conference site, and our partner hotels.

By Bus

For safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to Atlanta, consider using Greyhound bus services. The Greyhound station is located approximately one mile from the Georgia World Congress Center, the Conference site.

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