Airports, interstates, highways, roadways and railways enhance the economic viability of Houston County, Georgia.


Situated along Georgia’s busiest interstate, Houston County, Georgia’s position along I-75 has served as a selling point for business locations. I-75 spans the entire United States north to south from Michigan at the Canadian border to south Florida ending at the Gulf of Mexico.

I-75 makes Atlanta and Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport a quick and easy 90-minute trip from Houston County.

Less than 20 miles northeast of Houston County, Georgia is I-16, which opens up access to the Port of Savannah, a two-and-a-half hour drive from Houston County. Also nearby, the proposed Interstate 14 or Fall Line Freeway/State Route 540 will span from Augusta, Georgia to Natchez, Mississippi when complete.

Highways running through Houston County, Georgia include US 41, US 129, US 341, GA 26, GA 49, GA 96, GA 127, GA 224, GA 247 and GA 247-C.

Twenty-seven motor freight carriers serve the Houston County, Georgia area daily.


Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is 105 miles north of Houston County, Georgia on I-75, while the closest commercial airport to Houston County, Middle Georgia Regional Airport, is only 20 miles northeast of the county’s center. Besides convenient access to Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Houston County, Georgia also has a general aviation 5,002-foot runway at Perry-Houston County Airport.