The Georgia Ports Authority’s (GPA) inland terminal plan is expected to be a game-changer for the state. And the Network Georgia plan to develop rail hubs around the state is gaining momentum after the GPA received federal environmental approval for its new inland terminal near Gainesville in northeast Georgia.

“Our expanding network is increasing rail capacity and connectivity between the port and major manufacturing sites around the state,” said GPA Executive Director Griff Lynch. “Moving more cargo by rail eases interstate traffic and reduces the carbon footprint of the state’s logistics industry by making the most efficient use of Georgia’s logistics infrastructure.” 

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