The convention is located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, within walking distance of most hotels. For convention-goers wanting to use public transportation, the following options are available.

MARTA (bus and rail system)

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority’s extensive bus and rail system makes it easy to travel throughout Atlanta. To get to the Georgia World Congress Center, the convention venue, take MARTA to the Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center station on the blue/green rail line.

The MARTA is also a convenient, easy, and economical way to travel to and from the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Watch a quick tour of the airport station and the international terminal shuttle connection.

Learn more about MARTA

Atlanta Streetcar

The Atlanta Streetcar runs east-west between the Centennial Olympic Park area, where the Georgia World Congress Center is located, and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. Streetcars run daily and offer connections to MARTA and its affiliated rail and bus systems.

Learn more about the Atlanta Streetcar

Shuttle bus service

During the convention, the RI shuttle bus will operate between the RI block hotels and the Georgia World Congress Center. More information, including the shuttle schedule, will be available later.