Location, Location, Location! Madison County is located in rural North Florida on Interstate 10 and just minutes from Interstate 75, which gives great access to transportation for goods and services in and out of the Southeast. Available properties are only an 8-10 hour drive to anywhere in the Southeast.
Interstate 10 runs east and west through Madison County, which lies between Tallahassee and Jacksonville. There are 4 interchanges in Madison County on Interstate 10, which makes for easy access to other arterial roads. Interstate 75 is 30 minutes east of Madison, while Interstate 95 is 2 hours east.
CSX has rail service through Madison County and does currently have capacity; the rail line runs east and west through the County. Several privately-owned sites may have rail access.
JaxPort in Jacksonville is 2 hours to the east off of Interstate 10, granting access to the Atlantic Ocean. The Port of Panama City is 2 hours to the southwest. Additional ports are located in Pensacola, Florida; Savannah, Georgia; and Mobile, Alabama, with access to the Gulf of Mexico.
Airports are 30 minutes, 60 minutes, and 2 hours from Madison being located in Valdosta, Georgia; Tallahassee and Jacksonville, Florida.