Rome and Floyd County boast an extensive network of US and State Highways that supply access to markets in all directions. US Highways 27 and 411 provide both north-south and east-west access. Georgia Highways 1, 20, 101, 140, 53 and 100 complete the network of road infrastructure.
In the works are three road improvement projects to make access even more extensive throughout the county. There is currently a bypass around the north side of Rome. The southern portion of this bypass has been approved and funded and due diligence has begun. Also, Highway 140 which connects Northeastern Floyd County to I-75 is scheduled to become a 4-lane road, greatly increasing the quality of the connection to the Interstate. Also recently approved is a connection from US-411 to I-75, which will provide direct access to I-75.
ABF Freight System, Calhoun; Roadway Express, Inc., Rome.
AAA Cooper Freight Lines, Fort Payne, AL; Atlanta Motor Lines, Calhoun, GA; Averitt Express, Kennesaw; Brown Cartage Co., Rome; Carolina Freight, Calhoun; Consolidated Freightways, Rome; Con-Way Southern Express, Rome; Direct Service Transport, South St. Paul, MN.; Estes Express, Chattanooga; Floyd & Beasley Transfer Company, Atlanta; MCO Transport Co., Wilmington, NC.; Old Dominion Freight Line, Chattanooga; Overnite Transportation, Kennesaw; PDC Trucking, Charlotte, N.C.; Southeastern Freight Lines, Dalton; Yellow Freight Systems, Inc., Calhoun; Zar-Tran, Inc., Cedartown.
RTC Transportation, Forest Park, GA; Archway Transportation, Atlanta; Alterman Transport, Forest Park; Howard Baer Trucking, Atlanta; FFE Transportation, Doraville; Zartic, Cedartown, GA