South Deck Digital Media Kit

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SOUTH PARKING DECK PHASE 1

September 28, 2023

Why is this project necessary?

To increase capacity, enhance operations, update technology, and provide a better customer experience.

When were the parking decks first constructed?

The Domestic North and South parking decks were constructed in 1980.

What will the new South Deck look like?

• The new structure will span seven levels and boast 6,700 parking spaces.

• It will feature smart technology components such as digital parking space availability and wayfinding, ticketless entry and exit, LED lighting, and other features to provide a seamless parking experience.

• It will also include a new Parking Manager’s office, entry, and exit plazas, pedestrian bridge connection to the Domestic Terminal, parking revenue controls, and automatic parking guidance systems.

When will the projects be completed?

• It is scheduled to be completed by late 2026.

FAQs

Key Milestones

OCTOBER 23

• South Economy Lot Closes

NOVEMBER 1

• South Deck Phase 1 Construction starts

• END OF 1ST QUARTER 2024

• Utility relocation complete • DECEMBER 2026

• South Deck Phase 1 Construction complete

South Deck Overhead View

South Deck Northwest View

South Deck Southeast View

South Deck Main Entry

South Deck Main Entry

Pedestrian Bridge Between South Deck and Terminal

South Deck Pedestrian Bridge Interior View

South Deck Side View

Elevator/Stair Lobby Perspective

Mitigation of Temporary Parking Impacts

• Enhanced staffing to address public concerns

• Robust, multi-channel media outreach to inform the public about updates/options

• Increased signage throughout the campus and along roadways

• Renewal and replacement for the current North and South decks have been completed to extend their lives through replacement projects

ATL West Deck ATLSelect Park Ride Alternative parking options
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