Safety Preparedness Information, Resources, and Guidelines

At the ATL Airport District, we continue to stand with our community and are continuously monitoring the safety measures our partners and area agencies are implementing. It is our responsibility to support our residents, small businesses, hospitality partners, and visitors during this time. We’ve compiled the following list of resources and guidelines to keep you informed. This list is updated as new information becomes available. Please let us know how we can help or support you during this time.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

ATL has implemented measures that include:

  • Increased frequency of cleaning of public areas
  • Use of environmentally friendly cleaning disinfectant in public areas
  • Additional education and training of employees
  • Signage to provide guidance and education to passengers and employees
  • Public messages on digital displays and CNN monitors
  • Daily coordination with public health, CDC, and other agencies for updates, additional guidance, and instructions

TSA Travel Guidelines:


MARTA will continue to thoroughly clean all buses, trains, rail stations, and facilities with a focus on high touch areas such as handrails, elevator buttons, Breeze machines, and restrooms. They have also started mid-day end of line cleaning of buses while parked in bus bays at targeted rail stations. All MARTA employees have been instructed how to best protect themselves and others against the potential transmission of the virus.

Georgia International Convention Center

Find information on updates, news and events:

Hotel Safety Guidelines

CDC Guidelines

Georgia Department of Health

Travel Considerations and Guidelines:
Emergency contact number State of Georgia COVID-19 hotline: (888) 357-0169

Georgia Safety Promise

The Georgia Safety Promise is a statewide campaign from the Governor’s Office and the Georgia Department of Health that encourages businesses and the public to agree to simple, but critical, measures that will keep Georgians safe from COVID-19, minimize spread of the virus, and keep Georgia open for business.

For more information on this campaign, visit their website:

US Travel Association

The travel industry has come together, working with health and medical experts, to reach collective agreement on a core set of health and safety guidance that the industry may adapt to their businesses. Please also see the International Travel Policy FAQ Page here:

Meeting Planner Resources