Infrastructure

Road, rail, sea or air, we can get you where you need to go.

Citrus County is closer than you think with easy access to 34 million consumers within an 8-hour drive.

Citrus County provides easy access to international airports, deep-water shipping ports, interstate highway systems and Class I rail networks with intermodal connections. There’s even a barge canal in Citrus County that flows out to the Gulf of Mexico.

Citrus County is closer than you think with easy access to 34 million consumers within an 8-hour drive.

Citrus County provides easy access to international airports, deep-water shipping ports, interstate highway systems and Class I rail networks with intermodal connections. There’s even a barge canal in Citrus County that flows out to the Gulf of Mexico.

Road

Citrus County has a well-developed roadway system providing excellent east-west and north-south vehicular movement both within the county and to surrounding counties and cities.

  • Federal Interstate: I-75
  • Federal Highways: US-19, US-98
  • State Highways: SR-41, SR-44, SR-200
  • Major Roadways: Florida Turnpike, Suncoast Parkway (extension currently underway)
  • Trucking Lines: Gulf View Logistics

AIR

Enjoy convenient access to domestic and global markets via two nearby international airports:

  • Tampa International Airport (TPA)
  • Orlando International Airport (MCO)
  • Crystal River Airport (CGC)
  • Inverness Airport (INF)

Rail

Florida Northern’s lines in Northwest Citrus County connects to CSX’s main line to all points north.

Ports

The Port of Tampa, Florida’s largest by tonnage  and is the closest deep-water port to the Panama Canal.

  • Tampa Port Authority – 82 miles
  • Port Canaveral (Atlantic Coast) – 121 miles
  • Port Citrus – Northwest Citrus County