Centrally Located, Nationally Connected

Douglas-Coffee County is located in close proximity to four different major interstate highways. Running north-south I-75 is only 45 miles away and I-95 is 86 miles away. East-west highways I-16 and I-10 are also within 100 miles of Douglas-Coffee. U.S. highways 221 and 441 run through the heart of Douglas, as do four major state highways.

For rail, the city is served by CSX Transportation, a Class 1 railroad that owns over 20,000 route miles and serves most of the East Coast, along with the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec.

To move product by sea, businesses have access to major ports in Savannah and Brunswick, Georgia, as well as Jacksonville, Florida. All three are under 3 hours away. Less than 100 miles from Douglas, the Port of Brunswick is served by CSX and is the East Coast port of choice for roll-on/roll-off and agriculture products. The Port of Savannah has the distinction of being the largest single container terminal in North America and boasts 9,700 feet of contiguous berth space.

For taking to the skies, Douglas offers the Douglas Municipal Airport with a DMA runway, lighted runway, available jet fuel, hangars, and more.

No matter land, sea or sky, Douglas-Coffee County is connected to move products and people quickly across North America.