Downtown, Midtown and Buckhead

Downtown, Midtown & Buckhead Providers
A & M Limousine Corp.
ATL Airport Shuttle
Airport Perimeter Connection
Atlanta Airport Superior Shuttle & Limo
Atlanta Gwinnett Airport Shuttle
Atlanta Hotels Connection
Galleria Direct, Inc.
Greater Atlanta Shuttle, Inc.
North Express Airport Shuttle
Relax & Ride Shuttle Transport LLC
Train Xpress

Shared-Ride Van Service provides transportation services to and from the Atlanta central business district: Downtown, Midtown and Buckhead. Shuttles leave every 15 minutes from the Airport from stalls 3 through 10.

Fares: (Maximum trip fee)
  • Downtown: $16.50/person
  • Midtown: $18.50/person
  • Buckhead: $30/person
Shared-Ride Shuttle Providers Contact Number Contact Email
A & M Limousine Corporation 770-955-4565
Atlanta Airport Superior Shuttle 770-457-4794
Atlanta Gwinnett Airport Shuttle 770-638-0666
Atlanta Hotels Connection 404-312-2479
Airport Perimeter Connection 404-761-0260
ATL Airport Shuttle 770-801-8000
Galleria Direct, Inc. 770-955-7550
Greater Atlanta Shuttle 678-851-7063
North Express Airport Shuttle 404-354-9746
Relax and Ride Shuttle Transport, LLC 770-912-8705
Train Xpress 770-374-5066


Local Shared-Ride Shuttles run approximately 15 minutes in between trips and provide service to cities in Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton and Gwinnett counties. For a list of communities. Most shared-ride shuttles pick up on the Green Bus Aisle, which is outside in the Ground Transportation area between the Domestic North and Domestic South Terminals. Contact the company directly to ask questions or make reservations.


Regional shared-ride shuttles, which depart every 30 minutes to an hour, provide service to areas outside of the five metro Atlanta counties and states bordering Georgia. For a list of locations,

Outside Georgia Shared-Ride Shuttles Providers List

Service Area Company Phone
Auburn, Lanett, Opelika, Phenix City, Tuskegee, Valley Groome Transportation 334-821-3399
North Carolina
Asheville, Cashiers, Charlotte, Highlands Airport Shuttle of Clemson 800-669-6463
South Carolina
Anderson, Clemson, Greenville, Seneca Airport Shuttle of Clemson 800-669-6463
Chattanooga, Nashville Groome Transportation 423-954-1400

A number of hotels surrounding Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport provide free shuttle service to and from the Airport.

Hotel shuttle service is available on the Purple aisle in the Ground Transportation area at the west end of the Domestic Terminal (West curb). The West curb is outside between the Domestic North and Domestic South terminals.

For arrival or departure times of your shuttle, pick up a courtesy phone inside the Airport near baggage claim or outside in the Ground Transportation area.


Parking Number:

Fast Park & Relax (PCOA)
251 Charles W Grant Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30354

Business Phone:


Fast Track Airport Parking dba LAZ Parking
3802 Washington Road
East Point, GA 30344

Business Phone:

Park ‘N Fly Atlanta
3950 Conley Street
College Park, GA 30337

Business Phone:

Park ‘N Fly Plus (Camp Creek Partners)
2625 Camp Creek Parkway
College Park, GA 30337

Business Phone:

Park ‘N Go
2625 Camp Creek Parkway
College Park, GA 30337

Business Phone:

Park ‘N Ticket
3950 Conley Street
College Park, GA 30337

Business Phone:

Peachy Airport Parking (Sylvan Airport Parking)
3100 Sylvan Road
Hapeville, GA 30354

Business Phone:

PreFlight Atlanta
4000 Global Gateway Connector
College Park, GA 30337

Business Phone:

The Parking Spot
2741 Camp Creek Parkway
East Point, GA 30337

Business Phone:

The Parking Spot 2
3600 N. Desert Drive
East Point, GA 30344

Business Phone:

Wally Park Georgia, LLC
3889 Herschel Road
College Park, GA 30337

Business Phone:


More than 300 companies provide limousine service to and from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport as well as to areas surrounding the Airport. Many companies offer stretch limousine and executive car service, while others provide executive car service only. Contact the company directly to make reservations or to ask about additional services. Once you have made a reservation, your driver will either meet you inside the terminal near the atrium or curbside on the south lower level. The pickup process should be explained when you call to make the reservation. All limousine service must be arranged in advance. Any state-licensed limousine company is allowed to drop off passengers at the terminal curbside.


A set fee applies between the Airport and the central business district. A special per-person rate applies for two or more passengers. Fares originating from a business and concluding at a business within downtown, Buckhead and Midtown are at a rate of $8 ($2 for each additional person). Taxicab service at the Airport is located in the Yellow Bus aisle. For additional information, call (404) 530-3485. The fee structure is as follows:

Local Public Transit

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) operates Atlanta’s local public transportation system. For information on how to ride MARTA, download a copy of MARTA’s Ride Guide. Or, click any of the links below for specific information:


Amtrak is at 1688 Peachtree St. NW in Atlanta. The phone number is (800) 872-7245. For door-to-door services to Amtrak, call A-National Management Services at (404) 941-3440. To schedule reservations, call (404) 941-3441.


Greyhound Flightlink provides transportation services from the Airport to selected cities and states. For pick-up locations, go to the lower level of Terminal North (use the escalator down from the North baggage claim area). For reservations, call (888) 287-6359 or visit

Greyhound Hours

  • Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Saturday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Sunday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The ATL SkyTrain provides complimentary transportation for more than 5 million guests annually. Powered by electricity, this automated people mover system operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It connects to the GICC, the Atlanta Airport Marriott GatewaySpringHill Suites Atlanta Airport Gateway , and the Renaissance Atlanta Airport Gateway Hotel.

In 2009, the SkyTrain replaced diesel-powered shuttle buses, resulting in reduced traffic on area roadways, reduced vehicle emissions and convenient transportation.