Location & Infrastructure
AN EASY REACH TO GLOBAL MARKETS.
Benton County is the gateway to West Tennessee. Centrally located in the automotive corridor of the Southern United States, Benton County offers plenty of interstate and highway access, rail access, a growing trucking industry and a local airport only 0.25 miles from the Benton County Industrial Park. With Interstate 40 passing through the county, getting to major markets from Benton County is an easy drive.
Interstate 40, which is one of the most traveled interstates, passes through the southern part of the county, running west to east. Major U.S. highways include Highway 70, a super two-lane highway which runs east to west, and Highway 641, running north to south from Illinois and Indiana. State roads include 1, 69, 147, 191, 192 and 391. Benton County is served by CSX.
Benton County has its own airport with 5,001 feet of runway, which can accommodate small jets, and is just 0.25 miles from Benton County Industrial Park. The nearest commercial airport, McKellar Sipes, is only 69 miles away in Jackson, Tennessee.
The nearest port is located on the Tennessee River in an adjacent county in New Johnsonville, Tennessee.
|Nearest Commercial Service Airport||McKellar Sipes (Jackson)|
|Distance to Nearest Commercial Service Airport||69 miles|
|Daily Flights At Nearest Commercial Service Airport||7|
|Nearest General Aviation Airport||Benton County|
|Distance to Nearest General Aviation Airport||0.25 miles|
|Runway Length at Nearest General Aviation Airpot||5,001'|
|Mean Travel Time to Work (Minutes)||24 Minutes|
|Access of Interstate||I-40|
|U.S. Highways||70, 641|
|State Highways||1, 69, 147, 191, 192, 391|
|Nearest Port (From County Seat)||New Johnsonville|
|Railroads Serving County||CSX|