We’re not short on ways to get here. Our central location means your business can connect to customers and suppliers faster.
We’re home to the busiest cargo airport in the world, the third largest rail center in the U.S. and the nation’s fifth largest inland port. If you’re up for a day trip, Tennessee is conveniently accessible within a day’s drive to a majority of U.S. markets. In fact, we feel honored to be the center of attention—and the center of world for that matter.
Miles of highway
Miles of interstate
Miles of navigable waterways
Miles of main and short line railroads
In the Southeast for Best Infrastructure – Business Facilities, 2017
Rail systems, including 6 Class 1 railroads and 21 short-line railroads serving small communities and rural areas
Read up on all the details of the Location & Infrastructure of Tennessee.