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The City of Johns Creek has the infrastructure in place to make businesses a success.  From state of the art fiber optic lines to access to major interstates, state highways and mass transit, the City of Johns Creek has it all. 

State Highways

The City of Johns Creek has two major state highways within the city limits, state highways 141 and 120.  And within close proximity (6 miles) to state highway 400, a major logistical artery to the City of Atlanta.  


Nestled in between interstate 85 (7 miles) and interstate 285 (13 miles), the City of Johns Creek has fantastic access to most of the southeast within 4 hours and most of the country within 2 days.  

Mass Transit

GRTA provides coach transit service from/to Johns Creek and the Doraville MARTA train station, for further transfer to other areas of Metro-Atlanta including Atlanta/Hartsfield Airport. See locations and schedules for Xpress Route 408, to/from Johns Creek.


Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, the world's busiest airport, is within 40 miles of the City of Johns Creek.  Businesses can reach 80% of the U.S. market within two hours and any major North American city in just one to four hours. International flights depart daily from Hartsfield-Jackson's brand new international terminal to 60 cities in 45 countries, including nonstop service to the world's major business capitals.


Redundant power is not an issue in Johns Creek.  A number of redundant electric networks reside throughout the city, operated by Georgia's largest power supplier, Georgia Power.

Sawnee EMC also provides power the City of Johns Creek, ensuring that our city is well taken care of in the power department.  

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