• Transportation

  • Location. Location. Location. If you are looking for location, look no further than Peach County, Ga., USA.

    Peach County is home to Byron and Fort Valley and is located near the geographical center of Georgia. Byron has two exits on Interstate 75 and Fort Valley is only 10 miles away from the interstate. With nearby airports, including the world's largest in Atlanta, and reasonable access to Georgia's ports in Savannah, Peach County is an ideal location for any type of manufacturing facility ... and a great place to live and work.

    Contact the Peach Regional Chamber of Commerce for more information.

    FEDERAL HIGHWAYS: Interstate 75 and U.S. 341

    STATE HIGHWAYS: Hwy. 49, Hwy. 96, Hwy 41, Hwy 341 and Hwy 42

    COMMERCIAL AIRPORTS: Middle Georgia Regional Airport (26 miles), service by ASA; Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (90 miles), service by Delta, Air Canada, Air France, Air Jamaica, AirTran, American, America West, British Airways, Continental, Corporate, Frontier, KLM, Korean Air, Lufthansa, Midwest, Northwest, Spirit Air, United, US Airways and commuter airlines ASA and Comair.

    GENERAL AVIATION AIRPORT: Perry-Houston County Airport (local) with a 5,000 feet bituminous runway, airframe and power plant repair, aircraft tiedown, hangar, lighted runway, VOR; Macon Airport (26 miles) with a 6,500 feet bituminous runway, aircraft tiedown, airframe and power plant repair, fuel, hangar, lighted runway, charter and rental service, VOR, ILS, navigational aids.

    RAIL: Norfolk Southern piggyback, Macon (26 miles); Norfolk Southern rail, Fort Valley (local).

    WATER: Navigable River: Chattahoochee River (9 foot channel depth) with public barge dock at Columbus (71 miles).

    SEAPORT: Savannah Seaport (187 miles) with maintained channel depth of 42 feet.