FROM SAFE, DEDICATED RIDESHARING DROP-OFF SPACES TO THE NEW EXPRESS SERVICE FROM THE CUMBERLAND CIRCULATOR TO A BIKE VALET AND BIKESHARING SERVICES, SUNTRUST PARK AND THE BATTERY ATLANTA FEATURE A DIVERSITY OF OPTIONS THAT IS SUPERIOR TO TURNER FIELD. THESE SERVICES WILL CONNECT THE BALLPARK TO POINTS THROUGHOUT METRO ATLANTA, ENSURING FANS FROM ACROSS THE REGION HAVE AMPLE CHOICES ON HOW TO TRAVEL TO THE DEVELOPMENT.
Uber's partnership with the Braves offers fans the only way to get directly from their door to the door of the ballpark at an affordable price. Estimated travel times across Metro Atlanta average under five minutes.
The new Uber Zone will be located along Windy Ridge Parkway, just steps from the ballpark allowing for ease of pick-up and drop-off. Uber also is launching an innovative new approach to pick-up at SunTrust Park, allowing riders to call for an Uber, receive a number they can give to the next available driver in line and then hop in and head home. This will allow for faster departures and easier access to waiting Ubers.
Working with Uber, our official ridesharing partner, SunTrust Park and The Battery Atlanta will feature a drop-off/pick-up location along Windy Ridge Parkway. Uber offers the safest and easiest way for fans to get to Braves games, providing seamless door-to-door travel to the ballpark.
The area also will be a bicycle-friendly environment, including an onsite bike depot with water and air, and partnerships with bike-sharing programs.
The Braves will offer a free shuttle for fans coming to the game, serving some of the teamâs parking lots in the east and south.
The new Cumberland District Circulator will provide consistent transportation service to the region, relying on high-frequency service along a dedicated route. Braves fans will be able to rely on the Circulator to access the game from a hotel, restaurant or office from another location in the district.
The Circulator will offer an alternative way for fans to reach the ballpark, reducing the dependence on one-person automobile trips in the area and taking cars off the road. Connecting to existing transit services like, CobbLinc and MARTA, will deliver new riders to those services, as well as foster greater integration with Metro Atlanta transit options.
CobbLinc, which runs over 100 buses on 18 routes with more than 750 total stops, will provide service to SunTrust Park and The Battery Atlanta. The transit system offers Braves fans a host of alternative transportation options to reach the ballpark: