Know Before You Go: Transportation


Atlanta traffic is a headache on a regular daily basis.  Now that we are adding one of the biggest events in the world to our calendar, traffic will be no less than a nightmare.  Therefore, the Super Bowl Host Committee and all the City transportation partners want to be of service with these travel tips.


Flight prices vary with airlines and how early/late people book their flight.  Understand that the highest volume of flights coming into Atlanta will be Thursday, 1/31/19 and Friday, 2/1/19 and of course the highest volume of flights leaving Atlanta will be Monday, 2/4/19.

Credit: Super Bowl Host Committee

Commemorative Super Bowl LIII MARTA Card- on sale 12/15/18.

MARTA Train System-

MARTA is the best way to reach downtown Atlanta with expanded schedules surrounding Super Bowl week. The Breeze Card is the best way to pay when riding MARTA. The Breeze Card can be used for rail, bus, and the Atlanta Streetcar.

MARTA will begin selling commemorative Super Bowl Breeze cards (1-day, 3-day, or 4-day pass) at on Dec. 15, 2018. Commemorative cards will be installed in all Breeze vending machines on Jan. 7. The cost of the Breeze Card is $2.00 in addition to the cost of a fare or day pass. Breeze Cards can also be purchased at the Breeze Vending Machines at each of the 38 MARTA Stations, at RideStores (at Airport or Five Point Station).  

Every rider MUST have their own Breeze Card, except for children under six years old.


    Regular Fare- $2.50

    One-Day Pass- $9.00

    Three-Day Pass- $16.00

    Four-Day Pass- $19.00

MARTA parking is first-come, first-served. Marta offers free daily parking for customers who park under 24 hours at the following locations:

Medical Center, Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, North Springs, Lindbergh Center, Lenox, Brookhaven/Oglethorpe, Chamblee, Doraville, West End, Oakland City, Lakewood/ Ft. McPherson, East Point, and College Park Stations.

Long-term parking is available for $5 customers who park longer than 24 hours at the Brookhaven, Dunwoody, Lenox and Sandy Springs stations.  At College Park, Doraville, Lindbergh, and North Springs stations, parking is $8.00 for every 24-hour period.


Ride Share or Taxi-

Share an Uber, Lyft or taxi to get around downtown. The designated drop-off and pick-up locations for the Super Bowl Campus will be:

January 26th to February 2nd  - Centennial Olympic Park Drive, in front of CNN Center

Game Day, February 3rd - Centennial Olympic Park Drive, in front of CNN Center and the NAPA Yellow Lot (for drop off only)


Getting around town is going to take some thought and planning on your part if you plan on driving your own vehicle or renting a car.  This means you must stay up to date with road closures and detours as well as figure out where to park the car.  So, to get you started with this valuable information, lets review what has been released and just remember to continue to check back for more updates:

Road Closures

There will be road closures related to Super Bowl LIVE presented by Verizon starting Monday, January 21 through Friday, February 8. All road closures are subject to change. Please note that all information is subject to change.

Closures around Super Bowl Campus

* Starting Monday, January 21 through Friday, February 8

  • Baker St. NW will be closed between Centennial Olympic Park Dr. NW and Luckie St. NW.

* Starting Monday, January 21 through Thursday, February 7

  • Mitchell St. SW will be closed between MLK Jr. Dr. SW (South) to Elliot St SW.
  • Mangum St. will be closed between Markham St to Foundry St.
  • MLK Jr. Dr. SW (South) will be closed between Northside Dr. NW to Centennial Olympic Park Dr NW

* Starting Wednesday, January 23 through Thursday, February 7

  • Andrew Young International Blvd. NW will be closed between Marietta St. NW and Centennial Olympic Park Dr. NW

Closures around Super Bowl LIII

* Starting the Evening of Saturday, February 2 through morning of Monday, February 4

  • Northside Dr. NW will be closed between Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd NW and MLK Jr. Dr. SW (South)