Atlanta is home to the world’s busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, which in turn serves as the home of Delta Airlines. While located approximately 12 miles away from the conference venue, there are many convenient means of ground transportation.

Public Transit

Atlanta’s public railways system, MARTA, has its southernmost station located at the airport. All trains leaving the airport will head north towards downtown and midtown Atlanta.

The stop closest to the conference center is Midtown Station, located 11 stops from the airport.

A one-way ticket is $2.50 and can be purchased at the kiosk at the entrance of the station.


Both Uber and Lyft provide extensive coverage of Atlanta, and offer quick and affordable transportation from the airport to midtown and downtown. Follow the signs to the rideshare pickup location, or ask someone working at the airport if you have difficulty finding the location.

By Car

Three highway systems run through Atlanta: I-20, I-75, and I-85. People renting a car and driving from the airport will be taking the I-75/85 northbound. Be aware that traffic is heavy throughout the day, and especially around the midtown/downtown area lanes can suddenly end without warning. Using a navigation app like Waze to assist you is highly recommended.

Parking is available at the conference venue for $21 a day (self-parking) or $30 a day (valet).