Immediate Access and Uncongested Routes

Port Canaveral continuously focuses on creating and maintaining uncongested connectivity for the cargo market. No matter the mode, Port Canaveral offers immediate access and a low-cost alternative to traditional supply chain routes.


The highway system that connects to Port Canaveral includes modern, uncongested routes to destinations throughout the southeastern United States. Interstate 95, the major north-south corridor for the Eastern US is just 13 nonstop miles from the Port entrance, with direct access via State Road 528, which provides further nonstop access to Orlando and Central Florida distribution centers. Additional convenient access is available to all corners of Florida via links to US 1, the Florida Turnpike, and Interstate 4.

Raila train on the railway tracks

Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) access is available via an intermodal terminal located just 15 minutes from Port Canaveral. FEC provides service to Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Kansas City and Los Angeles.
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Three International airports and one regional airport provide freight handling facilities and cargo service within one hour's drive from Port Canaveral, including:  

Strategic Growth for Major Markets

Central Florida's significant location and access to a continuously growing consumer market has drawn many large distribution centers and manufacturing plants to the region. Port Canaveral is centrally located and can reach most of the state of Florida within a 3-4 hour drive as well as the southeastern United States within 8 hours or less. The seaport's pro-business attitude and focus on cost-saving alternatives offers the ability to create lasting partnerships that benefit the community and create economic growth for the region.

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