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Why park miles away when there are thousands of on-Airport parking options at ATL? Get in the driver’s seat before your commute to ATL and preview the routes for onsite parking options from Interstates 75/85, Local Roads and from Terminal-to-Terminal.

Interstates 75/85

Interstate 85 South to:
North Economy (Hourly/Daily)
South Economy (Hourly/Daily)
Cellphone Lot
Lots A & Lot C

Interstate 85 North to:
North Economy (Hourly/Daily)
South Economy (Hourly/Daily)
Cellphone Lot
Lots A & Lot C
International Hourly
International Park & Ride

Interstate 75 South to:
International Hourly
International Park & Ride

Interstate 75 North to:
North Economy (Hourly/Daily)
South Economy (Hourly/Daily)
Cellphone Lot
Lots A & Lot C
International Hourly
International Park & Ride

Local Roads

Camp Creek Parkway to:
North Economy (Hourly/Daily)
South Economy (Hourly/Daily)
Cellphone Lot
Lots A & Lot C
International Hourly
International Park & Ride

Riverdale Road to:
Lots A & Lot C

From the Airport

Domestic Terminal to International Terminal
International Terminal to Domestic Terminal

Parking Overview

The Airport offers around-the-clock parking with convenient access – on foot or by shuttle – to the domestic and international terminals. Automatic ticket dispensers issue parking tickets for each parking lot area – Hourly, Daily, Economy, Park Ride . You also have the option of using a credit card. All parking facilities include handicap-accessible parking spaces. Once parked, customers should jot down their location, take a reminder card or scan the QR code posted near their parking space. Upon exit, guests can use the pre-pay parking Pay-On-Foot machines located in the parking areas and in the terminal or they can pay at the automated machines at the exit plazas. Cashiers are also available for assistance. The Airport accepts cash and all major credit cards. With more than 30,000 spaces available, parking should be available for all travelers, even on the busiest of days.

NOTE: Over the next decade, Hartsfield-Jackson will replace the North and South parking decks as part of the Airport's $6 billion capital improvement program ATLNext. How will it affect your parking routine? For the latest information, visit next.atl.com.