SCAD Atlanta transportation and parking
The transportation department is committed to providing all members of the Savannah College of Art and Design with the best possible solutions for getting around campus safely and easily.
SCAD maintains various parking facilities as well as numerous bicycle racks at most college facilities. SCAD transportation includes college bus and shuttle services and is continuously updating the college transportation services.
The transportation department encourages students, faculty and staff to ride their bicycles, carpool, and use the Bee Line Bus Service.
All students, staff and faculty who park or use a vehicle on SCAD property must register their vehicles. Student parking permits are free and are validated for the academic year (fall through spring). Information about parking facilities, permits, regulations, parking tickets, vehicle registration and visitor parking passes is available via MySCAD
In Atlanta, parking is available in the parking deck to students, staff and faculty. Limited parking is available at Spring House. Visitor parking is available at the north and south areas adjacent to the SCAD Atlanta building.
View a SCAD map for Atlanta that includes parking lots.
Those who park or use a vehicle on SCAD property must adhere to safe driving practices. For security reasons, SCAD encourages students, staff, faculty and visitors not to leave items of value visible in their cars. All students, staff and faculty who park or use a vehicle on SCAD property must register their vehicles. Student parking permits are free and are validated for the academic year (fall through spring). To obtain a permit, students, faculty and staff must present a valid SCAD ID.
Atlanta parking for bicycles and motorcycles
Bicycles and motorcycles are to be parked in the parking deck only. Bicycles must be secured to the bicycle racks located near the second floor parking deck entrance to the security station. Motorcycles must park in vehicle parking spaces within the deck. For more information, call security at 404.253.3333.
In Atlanta, MARTA operates a network of bus routes linked to a rapid transit system consisting of 48 miles of rail track with 38 train stations. MARTA operates almost exclusively in Fulton and DeKalb counties, with a single bus stop in Cobb (Cumberland Transfer Center), and a single rail station in Clayton at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. MARTA also operates a separate paratransit service for disabled customers. For schedules, visit itsmarta.com.