Project Information
  • Navigating Master Plan 2030

    Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world's busiest passenger airport and serves as a welcome center to Atlanta's energy, economic vitality and strong multi-cultural environment. As a result, the City of Atlanta has implemented Master Plan 2030 that will identify Hartsfield-Jackson's development, expansion and modernization path to assure its global aviation and economic leadership role.

    The Master Plan 2030 is led by the Department of Aviation Planning & Development Bureau. Project management support services are administered by Atlanta Aviation Associates (A3) comprised of Parson Brinkerhoff, Inc., H.J. Russell & Company, and Heery International, Inc. It includes the ongoing collaboration between the City of Atlanta Office of Contract Compliance and the Airport's Supplier Diversity Department which to date has achieved $1.6 billion paid to small, women and minority-owned businesses or 37% of the construction put in place – exceeding the goal set by the City of Atlanta.

    Over the next 15 years, the Airport's capital improvement plan will spend an estimated $400 - $500 million annually in planning, design and construction. Current Master Plan key areas include Central Passenger Terminal Complex, Facilities, Support Facilities, Airside/Landside, Parking Decks, Cargo, and Third Party Development. All of these undertakings will create thousands of job opportunities, involve an impressive number of man hours, and generate substantial income for contractors interested in participating in the capital improvement program.

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  • Hartsfield-Jackson Development Program

    As the regional economy continues to grow, one of the major challenges has been to expand and modernize Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to meet the increasing demand for air travel. Therefore, to keep pace with this phenomenal growth, Hartsfield-Jackson is undergoing a multi-billion dollar capital improvement project. It is the largest public works project in the history of the state of Georgia. This Program will address the challenges we face entering a new millennium and will take Hartsfield-Jackson well into the 21st Century.

    Consolidated Rental Car Facility (CONRAC)

    This facility is designed to serve as a single area in which all rental car companies serving the airport are stationed. Located across Interstate 85 from the airport, an automated people mover system will transport passengers from the airport to the facility containing approximately 8,700 ready and return spaces.

    Central Passenger Terminal Complex (CPTC)

    The Central Passenger Terminal Complex will be enhanced to accommodate the rising number of travelers passing through Hartsfield-Jackson. Improvements will include upgrades to curbside services, security checkpoints, ticket counters, interior finishes, concessions, baggage, make-up facilities, baggage claim areas, vertical transportation, moving sidewalks and expansion of existing concourses.

    Maynard Holbrook Jackson, Jr. International Terminal (MHJIT)

    The new International Terminal and Concourse will provide 10 additional passenger gates that can also be utilized for domestic operations during non-peak hours. The project will provide upgrades to the Airport’s international passenger service and support facilities, including ticketing, baggage handling, hold rooms, concessions, duty free shops, and other traveler comforts. The new facility will also feature an additional Bureau of Customs and Border Protection facility, an in-line baggage screening system, and an automated people mover system extension.

    Fifth Runway “The Most Important Runway in America”

    This 9,000 square foot runway has had a significant effect on Hartsfield-Jackson operations since its grand opening in Spring 2006. Touted as “the most important runway in America”, Runway 10-28 has handled nearly 100,000 total takeoffs and landings in just the first year. The opening of the Fifth Runway and the accompanying FAA Air Traffic Control Tower is a pivotal moment in the airport’s history.

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  • Georgia Department of Transportation

    The Georgia Department of Transportation plans, constructs, maintains and improves the state's road and bridges; provides planning and financial support for other modes of transportation such as mass transit and airports; provides airport and air safety planning; and provides air travel to state departments. The Department also provides administrative support to the State Road and Tollway Authority and the Georgia Rail Passenger Authority.

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    MARTA is the public transit system for the Atlanta, Georgia metropolitan area operating over 700 buses and 240 rail cars. MARTA’s service population is 1.6 million in the City of Atlanta, Fulton and DeKalb Counties, and it is the ninth largest transit system in the U.S. and North America that provides bus, rail and paratransit service.

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  • South Carolina Department of Transportation

    The South Carolina Department of Transportation works with and engages our employees and public and private partners in fulfilling the vision of delivering a world class 21st century transportation system for the fastest growing state in the fastest growing region of the country.

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  • Tennessee Department of Transportation

    TDOT is a multimodal agency with responsibilities in aviation, public transit, waterways, railroads and Bicycle and Pedestrian. Our involvement ranges from airport improvements to funding transit buses to planning for river ports.

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