Northeast Georgia Inland Port

Extending the Port of Savannah’s reach into Northeast Georgia

The planned 104-acre Northeast Georgia Inland Port will provide a direct link to the Port of Savannah via Norfolk Southern. The rail terminal will open with 9,000 feet of working track, expanding to 18,000 feet at full build-out. With a top capacity of 150,000 container lifts per year, the facility will offset 600 roundtrip highway miles for every container moved by rail.

Offers direct access to I-985. Less than 20 miles to I-85

Reduces transportation costs for manufacturers across the region

Will serve existing port customers, and act as an economic development tool to draw new investment

Reduces congestion on Georgia highways

Serves the manufacturing and logistics corridor along I-85/985 in Northeast Georgia

Rail deliveries can shorten truck delivery times from approximately seven hours to less than 30 minutes