Highway System

Georgia's 1,244 miles of interstate highways perform several functions vital to the state's economy; connecting Georgia to the rest of the nation, linking the state's major cities, and helping move suburban commuters to and from work centers. Part of the nationwide Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways, Georgia's interstate highways helped establish the state—especially its capital, Atlanta, as a vital transportation hub for the Southeast. The state is served by a total of fifteen interstate highways, ranking Georgia tenth in the nation in the number of such superhighways.

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