Mayor's Point Terminal

A dedicated breakbulk facility

Rapid and efficient handling of a vast array of forest products

GPA provides efficient breakbulk and project cargo handling with a 1,750-foot berth, adjacent warehousing, and direct CSX and Norfolk Southern rail service.


The Georgia Ports Authority Police Department (GPAPD) is the primary law enforcement agency responsible for providing public safety and security on all properties owned and operated by the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA). The department is composed of certified peace officers, security personnel and civilian administrative staff members who work seamlessly to deliver high levels of professional services.

Protective Services

Facility Overview


Terminal owner/operator Georgia Ports Authority
Terminal area 22 acres/8.9 hectares
Channel width 350 ft/106.7m
Channel project depth 36ft/11m at MLW
East River turning basin 1,100 ft x 4,700 ft/335.3m x 1,432.6m
Bridge vertical clearance 185 ft/56.4 m at MHW (high-level, fixed-span design)
Bridge horizontal clearance Unrestricted
Cargo handled Breakbulk
Vessel berthing 1,200 linear feet/366m
Depth alongside 36 ft/11m
Apron width 55 ft/16.8m
Dock height 13 ft/4.1m at MLW
Open storage 4 paved acres/1.62 hectares & 3.9 unpaved acres/1.59 hectares
Warehousing Area Rail siding
Shed 1 305,000 ft2/28,335 m2 2,000 ft/610 m
Shed 2 50,000 ft2/4,645 m2 N/A


Forklifts: (10) 9,000-15,500 lb capacity (4,082.3-7,030.7 kg) with accessory attachments

Port services

Interstate and rail services: Mayor's Point Terminal is located 5 miles (8 km) from Interstate 95 (North/South). Interchange and line-haul services are provided by CSX Transportation and Norfolk Southern Railroad
Towing and Tug: Services are available on a 24-hour basis.

Port Security

Federal regulations require all regular port users requesting unescorted access to GPA’s restricted terminals be properly credentialed (TWIC and GPA credential) and be authorized entry at an established facility access control point prior to entering the terminal. Restricted marine terminal perimeters are fenced, illuminated during hours of darkness, and patrolled regularly. Terminals are actively monitored, 24/7/365, utilizing a combination of modern security technology applications and personnel assets.