Gadsden County Connects You to the World
Gadsden County, Florida is located at a sweet spot of connectivity. North Florida’s Interstate 10 corridor runs the entire length of the county. It brings between 14,000 and 17,000 vehicles traveling east and west through the region each day. And, with four interchanges, businesses here enjoy quick and easy access to greenfield sites, Gadsden County’s five business parks, the workforce and markets in all of its population centers.
Nearby Interstates connect the county to regional and national markets
In other directions, Interstates 65, 75, and 85 are just a short drive away. They offer easy access to the regional workforce and market, as well as markets as far north as Canada and throughout most of the Eastern Seaboard.
With such an enviable interstate network, Gadsden County manufacturers, distribution centers, and other businesses move materials and products quickly and conveniently through nearby locations that offer additional options for shipping to and from the world by air, rail, and port.
Port, Rail and Air connections
Logistical resources include:
- Tallahassee International Airport (KTLH) half an hour away offers cargo services from Delta Cargo, DHL, and FedEx.
- CSX operates a mainline that runs through Gadsden County, connecting the deepwater port at Jacksonville and all points west.
- The Norfolk Southern connector nearby provides rail access to markets throughout the eastern third of the United States and as far west as Texas.
- Short line rail services like the Apalachicola Northern (AN) rail, operated by Genesee & Wyoming, connect Port of Port St. Joe on Florida’s Gulf Coast to the CSX rail line in Gadsden County. Ultimately this connects to Norfolk Southern to provide intermodal shipping options throughout the region and from four terminals along Florida’s Atlantic coast.
- JAXPORT, a full-service, deep-water port in Jacksonville, Florida is just three hours away and offers service from 40 ocean carriers.
- Port Panama City – easily accessible by I-10 and state highways, the Port of Panama City is situated on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. It is served by the Bayline short line railroad which goes to a port-owned and operated inland port on US Highway 231 and then connects to the CSX main line in Cottondale Florida north of I-10.
Gadsden County’s interstate highway network offers endless options for moving people and products. Click on the links to explore all the great logistics a location here can provide!