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Moving Products and People Seamlessly

The right location is critical to business success. So are access, connectivity and speed to market. Lincoln County’s transportation network situates businesses within a single day’s drive of more than 158 million consumers. And with both an international and regional airport close by, businesses in Lincoln County have the world at their doorstep.

  • Highways 321 and 16 – both interstate-grade divided highways, running north to south – connect to North Carolina Interstates 40, 85, 485, and 77 for fast, easy access to markets throughout the country.
  • Trucks can get to destinations in Atlanta and Nashville in less than a single day, and can reach Detroit and New York in less than two.
  • Lincoln County boasts close proximity to two airports. Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) is the second-largest airport on the east coast, with hundreds of domestic and international flights daily. Lincoln County Airport (KIPJ) serves regional business travelers, and among its features and amenities are a pilot’s lounge, corporate hangars, and a 5,700-by-100-foot runway that accommodate everything from turbo props to light, mid-sized and heavy jets.
  • Convenient rail service is available at the road-to-rail transload facility at CLT.


Click on the maps below or the useful links to learn more about all the benefits offered by Lincoln County’s vital transportation network.