2018 Economic Yearbook: Laying the Groundwork

From the ports to railroads, highways and airports, Georgia’s infrastructure is one of the primary reasons the state is No. 1 for business.

Penny Alligood created this graphic using images from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. adobestock.com, Georgia Ports Authority and shutterstock.com

Penny Alligood created this graphic using images from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. adobestock.com, Georgia Ports Authority and shutterstock.com

In all regions of Georgia, infrastructure – from the ports to railroads, highways and airports – is one of the primary reasons the state is consistently named the No. 1 place to do business in the U.S. Take a look at the ways communities are employing infrastructure projects to drive growth, draw new business, make connections and improve the lives – and livelihoods – of the state’s residents.

 

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Metro Atlanta

Northwest

Northeast

West Central

Central

East Central

Southwest

Southeast

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