Atlanta, Georgia, the transit hub of the Southeast United States and home to the world’s busiest airport, is the 9th largest metropolitan area in America. Atlanta is considered a “world city” due to its economic size and contribution. Host of the 1996, Olympics, the city has made great strides in accessibility for the disabled and wheelchair users. Once a part of the Confederate secession movement of the 1860s American Civil War, Atlanta now boasts a minority-majority population. A key arrival point for international travelers, Atlanta is committed to expanding access and is a worthwhile destination for exploration by the disabled traveler.