Mercedes-Benz Stadium is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Atlanta. The site’s central location promotes the use of public and alternate transportation to events held at the stadium.
Public Transportation: Mercedes-Benz Stadium has two MARTA rail stations (Vine City and GWCC/CNN) located within ¼ mile of the stadium. Each station provides guests a convenient and affordable public transportation option to travel to and from stadium events.
Photo: Public Transportation, such as the MARTA rail stations near Mercedes-Benz Stadium, offer convenient and affordable transportation for fans on event day.
Bike: There are 250 bike racks available for use around the stadium and on the Georgia World Congress Center campus. Fans can also take advantage of Mercedes-Benz Stadium’s complimentary bike valet program. The stadium has partnered with Atlanta Bicycle Coalition (ABC) to provide free bike valet services for all Atlanta Falcons games and Atlanta United matches. Fans can quickly and safely store their bikes, as well as other forms of personal transportation such as skateboards, at the bike valet tent located outside Gate 3 on event day.
Photo: The Bike Valet is located just outside of Gate 3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Riders can also take advantage of many bike racks located around the stadium.
Walk: Fans can beat the traffic and avoid parking by walking to the stadium. Mercedes-Benz Stadium is located adjacent to the Westside PATH; an off-road trail for pedestrians and cyclists connecting the stadium to Centennial Park, Georgia Tech, and the Westside Atlanta Beltline.
Photo: There are several walking and bike paths that fans can use to conveniently access the stadium.
Drive: Mercedes-Benz Stadium and the surrounding Georgia World Congress Center parking decks offer electric vehicle (EV) charging stations with capacity to charge up to 48 electric cars simultaneously.
Photo: Electric Vehicle charging stations are located at Mercedes-Benz Stadium and in the parking lots adjacent to the stadium.