Transportation

Greenville’s strategic location in the vibrant north region of Texas positions companies equidistance to New York and Los Angeles and to Toronto and Mexico City, with convenient connections via Interstates, Rail and Air Transportation. Greenville even offers access to the Gulf Coast shipping channels via U.S. Highway 69.

Highway System
Interstate 30 Interstate 30 provides a direct connection from Greenville to the Dallas Metroplex and Little Rock
Interstate 20 Interstate 20 is accessed via Dallas( 50 miles), via Texas Hwy 34 South (35 miles), and via Texas Hwy 69 South (50 miles)
Interstate 35 South Interstate 35 South is accessed via Dallas (60 miles)
Interstate 35 North Interstate 35 North is access via Dallas (60 miles) or via U.S. Hwy 380 (65 miles)
Interstate 45 Interstate 45 is accessed via Dallas (55 miles)
U.S. Hwy 380 U.S. Hwy 380 connects Greenville to the growing and vibrant area of Collin County, directly north of Dallas County
U.S. Hwy 69 U.S. Hwy 69 South connects Greenville to IH-20 (50 miles);  U.S. Hwy 69 North provides a direct connection to Durant, Oklahoma (70 miles) and to Chectah, OK, (190 miles) where it intersects Interstate 40.
Texas Highway 34 Texas Highway 34 South provides a direct connection to Interstate 20 (35 miles)

 

Rail Service Lines in Greenville
Kansas City Southern The KCS Rail line through Greenville provides connections throughout the U.S. http://www.kcsouthern.com/en-us/Pages/default.aspx  
Wyoming Genesee (DGNO) - Shortline DGNO has interchanges with KCS in Greenville and interchanges with Union Pacific Railroad at Dallas, Denison and Texarkana. http://www.railamerica.com/RailServices/DGNO.aspx  
Blacklands Railroad - Shortline Blacklands Railroad provides service within the Greenville Industrial District.  Named 2011 Shortline Railroad of the Year by Railway Age Magazine, Blacklands interchanges with the Union Pacific in Mount Pleasant and KCS in nearby Sulphur Springs. http://blacklandsrailroad.com/  

 

Air Service
Greenville Majors Field Airport Majors Field Airport, located in the southeast sector of Greenville, is the largest airport between Dallas and Little Rock.  With a 10,000-ft linear runway and a full ILS, Majors Field is capable of landing the largest jets.  The airport offers a FBO, a municipal terminal building with weather-tracking computers, and maintenance and storage of general aviation aircraft, providing convenient access for customers and clients traveling by corporate jet.
Dallas Love Field Dallas Love Field, located approximately 60 miles from Greenville, is seven miles northwest of the downtown Dallas central business district and is managed by the City’s Department of Aviation. Seven full service FBOs provide general aviation users with a wide variety of services.  Love Field is served by Southwest Airlines, Continental Express and American Airlines/American Eagle.
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, located approximately 65 miles from Greenville, serves the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area with carriers providing regional, national and international flights.  It is the third busiest airport in the world in terms of aircraft movements and eighth busiest in the world in terms of transporting passengers.

 

Ground Service
Motor Freight Carriers Include, but not limited to: ABF Central Freight Lines FedEx Freight Roadway Express Yellow Freight
Package Carriers FedEx UPS U.S. Postal Service Greyhound Bus

 

Mileage to Major Cities
TEXAS
Austin 245
Dallas 45
El Paso 685
Fort Worth 80
Houston 285
San Antonio 325
NATIONAL
Atlanta 760
Chicago 920
Denver 900
Kansas City 495
Los Angeles 1495
Memphis 405
Miami 1345
Nashville 620
New Orleans 500
New York City 1500
Oklahoma City 220
Phoenix 1120
San Francisco 1760
Seattle 2220
Shreveport 165
St. Louis 615
Washington D.C. 1290