Atlanta Transportation Services

Discover convenient, reliable, and affordable transportation with GO Airport Shuttle in Atlanta, from flat-rate airport taxis to private car services and transparent rideshare alternatives. Whether you’re headed to Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Centennial Olympic Park, a downtown hotel, the airport, or nearby areas, we’ve got you covered. Book your Atlanta transportation today.

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Taxi in Atlanta

Looking for taxi in Atlanta? Consider GO Airport Shuttle’s Economy Service as a competitively priced alternative. No need to wait in long rideshare queues or pay extra for reserving in advance.  Schedule your ride through GO and we’ll be ready to go when you are – without the extra fees or surge pricing during peak travel times.

Atlanta Private Car Service

Meeting up with friends in downtown? Heading to Mercedes-Benz Stadium to catch a game? Going to the theatre or a comedy show? Reserve door-to-door private car service through GO Airport Shuttle.  No long walks or waits or parking hassles.  A professionally trained, local driver will drop you off and pick you up at your requested time and meeting location.

Rideshare Services

Before you tap that App, consider GO Airport Shuttle first! Unlike ridehsare services, we never surge our rates during popular travel times, major events, or bad weather.  We don’t charge you extra for reserving a ride in advance.  Drivers are professionally trained with well maintained and inspected vehicles, undergo background checks, and more. 

Popular Things to do In Atlanta

Atlanta is a city rich in history, sophisticated cultural offerings, gorgeous green spaces and exciting shopping experience all served up with famous Southern hospitality. Home to the world’s busiest passenger airport, Atlanta is fast-paced yet family friendly making it an ideal destination for all kinds of fun!

Spreading across more than 200 acres adjacent to the Atlanta Botanical Garden in Midtown, Piedmont Park has a plethora of activities to engage visitors and residents alike.  The site sports walking and jogging paths, parks for Fido to play in, picnic facilities, playgrounds,  tennis courts, EnviroVentures Camp, self- and guided tours, a public swimming pool plus a honeybee exhibit and butterfly garden.  The popular venue also hosts a variety of Atlanta’s top events, including the Atlanta Dogwood Festival, the Atlanta Jazz Festival and Atlanta Pride.

The historic Fox Theatre located in Midtown is not only one of Atlanta’s premier venues for live entertainment, it is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks.   Check out its ornate interior on a guided tour of the building which was designed with inspiration by Egyptian and Spanish architecture, specifically the Karnak Temple Complex in Luxor and the Alhambra in Granada.   Check out the website for a calendar of performances or take a tour which includes everything from the orchestra pit to the ornately decorated men’s bathroom and Mighty Mo’, the largest working Moller theater organ in the world.

Located in Pemberton Place in the heart of downtown, the 42,000 square foot National Center for Civil and Human Rights offers two temporary and three permanent exhibits, including a collection of Martin Luther King Jr. artifacts, such as his briefcase and handwritten drafts and outlines of notable speeches.

Conveniently located near the Georgia Aquarium and World of Coca-Cola, the Center was designed by architect Phil Freelon; note how the building’s curvatures mimic two hands coming together.

The Center offers the history of the US civil rights movement; and stories from the struggle for human rights around the world today and hosts educational programs, performances, book talks, lectures, and moderated conversations on-site and online through our Campaign for Equal Dignity.

One of the more popular exhibits is “Rolls down like Water, which immerses visitors in the sounds, sights, sounds, and interactive displays depicting the struggles of individuals working to transform the United States from Jim Crow laws to equal rights for all.  It explores life in the 1950s in the Urban South and concludes with a tribute to Dr. King and all martyrs who worked to make the United States a stronger nation.

Check out Atlanta’s newest outdoor space which is comprised of 22 miles of unused railroad tracks with paths, trails and open green space connecting people and neighborhoods throughout the city.

A world-class amenity often compared to New York City’s High Line, the Atlanta BeltLine is also home to Art on the BeltLine, the Southeast’s largest temporary public art project and the Historic Fourth Ward Skate Park is located right on the Atlanta BeltLine.  The park is pet-friendly, too, so Fluffy can enjoy the outdoors with her two-legged friends.

Refuel at one or more of some of Atlanta’s most popular restaurants situated right on the Atlanta BeltLine with walk-up patios.   The Beltline truly lives up to its slogan:  “Where Atlanta Comes Together”

Host to the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, Centennial Olympic Park covers 22-acres  located across the street from the College Football Hall of Fame.  The venue is  a popular green space that anchors Atlanta’s downtown entertainment and hospitality district. 

Cool off in the jet sprays of the iconic Fountain of Rings or locate a commemorative brick among the more than 430,000  engraved bricks, which were installed prior to the Olympic Games. Or pose with The Spectacular, an aluminum sculpture of the Olympic rings; stroll through the Quilt Plazas, gardens and lawns. Roam the garden and expansive lawns, and check out the recent renovations designed to enhance the visitor experience.

New to park’s Unity Plaza are a water feature and a prominent, permanent home for the Androgyne Planet sculpture, representing the Game’s continuity and spirit of international unity. The Park also features the Southern Company Amphitheater with live music and entertainment and Paralympic Plaza.

Check out these activities and sites either on your own or via  guided tours.  See the best of what Atlanta has to offer!   

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  • Civil Rights
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  • Gardens and Parks 
  • Nature 

GO Airport Shuttle Atlanta

To Atlanta's Airports, Downtown, or Around Town

Reserve shared ride or private car service in Atlanta through GO Airport Shuttle. Select from airport shuttles featuring smaller vehicles with fewer stops and passengers, our affordable non-stop economy service to our premium black car service featuring executive vans, SUVs, and sedans.  Our goal is to make your travel experience better in Atlanta with door-to-door ground transportation, limited stops, ample luggage space, and more comfortable seating.

We offer airport transportation to/from Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL), as well as around town transportation throughout Atlanta area. 

Traveling to the airport requires a reservation in advance to ensure a vehicle is ready to GO when you are.

For passengers departing the airport, booking in advance will lessen your wait time. However, you can visit our booths in baggage claim and we can easily arrange a ride without an advance reservation.

To change an airport shuttle or private car service reservation, please click on the My Bookings tab to confirm, cancel, or edit a ride. You may also visit the Contact Us page to submit a request for assistance. Please have your reservation number available.

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