At the intersection of speed and efficiency lie upgrades along Brampton Road to enhance fluidity at Garden City Terminal.
To keep the supply chain moving, it takes the right investments inside and outside of the Georgia Ports’ gates.
Currently, the Georgia Department of Transportation is building more than $115 million in road and rail improvements near Gate 3 at Garden City Terminal.
The Brampton Road project will eliminate at-grade crossings to ease traffic congestion and offer truck drivers faster access to the nation’s busiest container terminal.
Soon, trucks leaving Gate 3 will have just one stop light to navigate before accessing the freeway for a straight drive to Atlanta and other key markets.