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The closest lots to Hall A are the green parking garage and red parking garage.
Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transportation Authority
Avoid traffic! Take MARTA to the Georgia Dome/Georgia World Congress Center/Philips Arena/CNN Center Station or Vine City Station.
From I-75 South (from Tennessee): Take Exit #259-B (I-285 West) to Exit #10-A (I-20 East) to Exit #52 (Hamilton E. Holmes Dr.) then turn right to MARTA's H. E. Holmes Station. Park free, take train westbound to Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center station. -or- Take Exit #259-A (I-285 East) to Exit #29 (Ashford-Dunwoody Road), exiting left to Hammond Drive then turn right to MARTA's Dunwoody Station. Park free, take train southbound to Five Points station and transfer free to westbound train to Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center station.
The directions for I-85 South from Gainesville (Hall): Take Exit #94 (Chamblee Tucker), turn right and drive approximately 2 miles to MARTA’s Chamblee train station. Park free, take train southbound to MARTA’s Five Points station and transfer free to westbound train to Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center station.
Parking for less than 24 hours is free at all MARTA parking facilities.
Rail service runs daily from 5am to 1am. To schedule your trip, call MARTA's Customer Information Line at 404.848.5000 or visit www.itsmarta.com.
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Georgia World Congress Center
Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, the Georgia World Congress Center (GWCC) is one of the nation's premier convention centers. Since it opened in 1976, the GWCC has hosted a wide variety of special events. From major international trade shows and Presidential addresses to intimate meetings and product launches, the Georgia World Congress Center has mastered the art of hosting successful events with attention to detail and superior customer service.
The state-of-the-art facility consists of 3.9 million total square feet (1.4 million square feet of prime exhibit space), making the GWCC one of the top five largest convention centers in the country. The 200-acre campus includes three landscaped plazas, the 21-acre Centennial Olympic Park and the 71,250-seat Georgia Dome. The Park, a lasting legacy to the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, serves as a welcome mat to guests who stroll through the Park from the downtown hotel district on their way to the Congress Center. Both the Park and the Dome serve as great venues for one-of-a-kind gatherings, receptions and parties to complement convention center activities.
For more information visit www.gwcc.org