Infrastructure

Alpharetta is a connected community. With easy access to the world's busiest airport, city wide fiber optic and public transit, we are sure you will find all of your needs taken care of when you move to Alpharetta.

Atlanta Airport

The Hartsfield Jackson International Airport is the world’s busiest airport serving more than 150 U.S. destinations, over 60 international cities in 50 countries with more than 2,500 daily flights. More importantly, more than 80 percent of the continental U.S. population is within a two-hour flight. The Hartsfield Jackson Airport is less than an hour drive from the City of Alpharetta and offers businesses access to the world.

  • 150+ U.S. Destinations
  • 60+ International Cities
  • 2,700 Daily Flights

Fiber Optic

Having one of metro Atlanta’s most redundant power and fiber infrastructure has made Alpharetta a hub for technology and corporate locations that rely on these mission critical resources. An abundance of fiber providers like FiberLight, Level 3, Comcast and others allows users to scale up their operations quickly. That’s why Alpharetta is home to over 15 enterprise and co-location data centers. As the need for big data becomes more important for businesses, Alpharetta is already ready for your next big move.

Public Transit

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) serves Alpharetta with 4 different bus lines that help get residents and workers around the city. These are the 85, 140, 143 and 185 lines. MARTA in Alpharetta also connects to its rail service which allows riders to quickly access downtown Atlanta and Hartsfield Jackson International Airport. Alpharetta is also home to two MARTA park and ride facilities located along Georgia 400/Mansell Road and Georgia 400/Windward Parkway.