Centrally located between Atlanta and Augusta, Georgia on Interstate 20, Greene County is uniquely situated to take advantage of Georgia’s thriving infrastructure and transportation system. 

Highway System

Interstate 20 – Florence, S. C. (at I-95) to Kent, TX (at I-10) connecting major southeastern cities of Columbia, SC, Augusta, GA., Atlanta, GA., Birmingham, AL., Jackson, MS, Shreveport, LA, Dallas, TX and Fort Worth, TX; 

Interstate 20, Exit #130 is only 2 miles from the Greene County Industrial Park

U.S. Highway 278 , GA. Highways 15, 44, 77

All highways except Ga. 77 pass through the City of Greensboro

U.S. 278 and Ga. 77 pass through the City of Union Point

Greene County is uniquely situated to take advantage of Georgia’s thriving infrastructure and transportation system.

Air Travel

Located directly between one of the nation’s busiest airports, Hartsfield Jackson International, and Augusta Regional Airport, it is also served by the Greene County Regional Airport (3J7) with 5,500 feet of runway.

  1. Commercial Airport
  2. General Aviation Airport

Atlanta Airport (ATL) (83 Miles)

Atlanta Airport , one of the busiest commercial airports in the world, is serviced by the following domestic and international carriers.

Domestic Carriers

  • Alaska
  • American
  • Boutique
  • Delta
  • Frontier
  • JetBlue
  • Southwest
  • Spirit
  • United Airlines

International Carriers

  • Air Canada
  • Air France
  • British Airways
  • KLM Royal Dutch
  • Korean Air
  • Lufthansa German
  • Qatar
  • Turkish
  • Virgin Airlines

Augusta Regional Airport (AGS) (79 Miles)

Visit the Augusta Regional Airport website.

Domestic Carriers

  • American
  • Delta


CSX Railroad runs directly through Greene County, and is connected to Georgia’s extensive freight rail system which is also served by Norfolk Southern.

Routes include:

  • Airport Road Industrial Area
  • CSX Piggyback - Atlanta
  • CSX Rail - Greensboro
  • Greene County Industrial Park
  • Norfolk Southern piggyback - Atlanta (79 miles) 

Georgia Ports Authority

Port Of Savannah – (184 miles) A Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) facility, the Port of Savannah is the home to the largest single-terminal container facility of its kind in North America, is comprised of two modern, deep-water terminals: Garden City Terminal and Ocean Terminal. Garden City Terminal is the fourth busiest container handling facilities in the United States, encompassing more than 1,200 acres and moving millions of tons of containerized cargo annually.  

Port of Brunswick – (254 miles) consist of three GPA-owned deep-water terminals, two of which are directly operated by the GPA. The port is noted as one of the fastest growing auto and heavy machinery ports in North America. Today, more than 12 major auto manufacturers, supported by three auto processors, utilize the Colonel’s Island Terminal. The terminal is also home to the South Atlantic’s fastest growing bulk export / import operation. Agri-products from Georgia and the U.S. grain belt, as well as other import products, flow across the Colonel’s Island docks.


Appalachian Regional Port (171 miles) is a joint effort of the state of Georgia, Murray County, the Georgia Ports Authority and CSX Transportation.  The inland rail terminal provides a powerful new gateway to global markets.

Northeast Georgia Port (COMING SOON) – (75 miles) this 104 acres facility will be situated in the heart of the manufacturing and logistics corridor along I-85 in northeast Georgia (Gainesville).  Northeast Ga. Inland Port will handle both import and export containers and provide direct rail route service to and from the Port of Savannah’s Garden City Terminal via Norfolk Southern rail service.