Port Canaveral enjoys a central and accessible location, connected to key markets by direct routes and efficient modes of transport.
A modern highway network provides uncongested trucking routes between Port Canaveral and the Southeast:
Eastern seaboard's main north-south corridor, Interstate 95, only 13 nonstop miles away
Direct access west via State Road 528, just outside the port
Convenient access to all corners of Florida via links to U.S. 1, the Florida Turnpike, Interstate 4 and other major routes
Several firms located at Port Canaveral offer trucking service.
Titusville Norfolk Southern Terminal:
Florida East Coast Railway access is offered by private terminal access.
- Only 17.6 miles from Port Canaveral and 24 minutes by truck
- Offering service between Titusville and Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Kansas City and Los Angeles
- Terminal Capabilities: TOFC/COFC/ Stack Car, Bottom and Top Lift, EMP (53')
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Less than one-hour's drive of Port Canaveral, there are:
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- Three international airports - Orlando International Airport, Melbourne International Airport and Orlando Sanford International Airport
- One regional airport - Space Coast Regional Airport
- All with freight handling facilities and air cargo service
Vessel Services Available:
Eukor - cars, trucks and heavy equipment to Central America, the Caribbean and West Africa
Seatrade - fresh produce from Central America; general cargo to Central America; juice to Europe
Great American Lines - fresh citrus to Japan
Green Reefers - juice to Europe; from South America
Gorthon Lines - newsprint from Canada
Saga Forest Carriers - lumber from Europe
Star Shipping - lumber from Europe
Other vessel service and routes are available on a charter and/or inducement basis.