Alpharetta, Georgia Commuting
Commuting to Downtown Atlanta
To alleviate some of the stress of driving: drive to the North Springs MARTA Station and take the train into downtown.
There are 2 MARTA bus services running through the Alpharetta area to downtown.
Traffic will greatly affect your travel time, to see what traffic will be like and construction reports check out WSBTV traffic reports for up to date info.
Commuting to Hartsfield-Jackson Airport
MARTA is the go-to alternate transport to the airport for most, ending conveniently inside the domestic terminal. Check out the schedule here.
The airport has a list of transportation services including both private and public transport to and from Hartsfield-Jackson.
If you plan to drive yourself to the airport, directions, parking, and terminal maps are provided here.
As the busiest airport in the world, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport can take longer to make your way through than other airports, plan extra time to account for traffic and long security lines.
Commuting Around Alpharetta, Georgia
For those traveling the road, Interstates 75, 85, 95 and 20 all pass through Georgia. Georgia 400 links Alpharetta to nearby metropolitan Atlanta and North Georgia attractions.
Zagster Bike Program: Using your smartphone you can use this bike-share program to explore Alpharetta. After your ride, you can return the bike to any station. The first three hours are free; after that it is $3 per hour.
- Big Creek Greenway at North Point, 6698 North Point Parkway
- Rock Mill Park, 3100 Kimball Bridge Road
- Alpharetta YMCA, 3655 Preston Ridge Road
- Avalon, Central Parking Deck