Transportation Infrastructure

Palm Coast has a robust multimodal transportation infrastructure that provides efficient movement of goods and services for domestic and international markets. The city emphasizes sustainable transportation solutions for residents, promoting bike lanes, pedestrian-friendly pathways, and environmentally conscious initiatives.


The city’s strategic location on Interstate 95 offers businesses access to major metropolitan areas within a two-hour drive. Interstate 95 connects to thoroughfares such as Interstate 10, Interstate 4, Interstate 295 and US 1. Additionally, Flagler County has quick access to state highways such as SR A1A, SR 100, SR 11 and SR 40.

  • 18.5 miles of Interstate 95 with 74,000 trips daily. Three interchanges have available frontage sites
  • 18 miles of U.S. HWY 1, a four lane divided highway


  • I-295: 58 miles
  • I-10: 72 miles
  • I-4: 29 miles
  • I-75: 99 miles via SR 19
  • Florida Turnpike & I-4: 82 miles


Palm Coast offers direct access to railways within the county via the Florida East Coast (FEC). The freight rail system boasts 351 miles of track, including 19 miles within the city, and offers distribution, transloading and warehousing services along Florida’s east coast as well as connections to two Class 1 railroads and nearby international, deep-water ports, including Port of Jacksonville and Port Canaveral.


There are 24 public and private airports located less than sixty miles from Palm Coast. International airports near Palm Coast include Jacksonville International Airport (77 miles away), Orlando International Airport (99 miles), Sanford International Airport (71 miles), and Daytona Beach International Airport (34 miles). Flagler County Executive Airport is the state’s third busiest airport. The airport has a FAA manned tower and a Foreign Trade Zone #64 designation. A new terminal facility and 16 additional T hangers will be completed in 2023.


Two international trade seaports are located near Palm Coast. The Port of Jacksonville (JAXPORT) is Florida’s largest container port, the 14th largest in the United States. The port averages 18 million short tons of cargo each year and is the country’s second largest vehicle handling port. Port Canaveral is a unique quadri-modal transportation hub, connecting sea, land, air and space transportation and commerce.


Six spaceports are located within 100 miles of Palm Coast, clustered around the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral. Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Space Force Station are both federally licensed and. Space Florida Launch Complex 46, Space Florida Launch and Landing Facility, Cecil Air and Space Port, and Space Coast Regional Airport are all FAA-licensed spaceports.