Centrally located on the eastern seaboard, Laurens County, South Carolina has excellent transportation, has 3 interstates (I-85, I-385, and I-26), rail service, and close proximity to GSP International Airport, the Port of Charleston, and the SC Inland Port.

  • Central Location Aids With Transportation
  • Situated in the southeastern part of the Upstate region
  • Geographically centered between Greenville, Spartanburg, and Columbia
  • Easily accessible to Charlotte (90 miles), Atlanta (170 miles), and Charleston (160 miles)



  • I-26: Estimated Daily Traffic = 38,600
  • I-385: Estimated Daily Traffic = 32,500

US Highways

  • US 76
  • US 221
  • US 25

SC Highways

  • SC 14
  • SC 72
  • SC 56

40 + Motor Freight Carriers




The Port of Charleston
SC Inland Port

  • Operated by the SC Ports Authority
  • Fifth largest facility of its kind in the US
  • Second-largest container port on the East Coast


CSX Railroad
(company’s main line passes directly through Laurens County)
GWI (Genesee & Wyoming, Inc.)
(34.4-miles Laurens to Greenville running parallel to I-385)


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