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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.

Ground Transportation

  • 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.
  • Convenient rail service is available at the road-to-rail transload facility at CLT.

Air Transportation

  • 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.

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