Georgia Interstate I-475

Georgia Interstate I-475 is a 16-mile-long highway that runs from Macon to Atlanta, connecting the two cities. It is one of the most important highways in the state, and it serves as a major route for commuters and travelers alike. The highway has been in operation since 1993 and has seen considerable development over the years, including improvements to its infrastructure, safety measures, and access points. In addition to providing a direct connection between Macon and Atlanta, I-475 also offers easy access to other major cities in Georgia such as Columbus and Savannah.

Interstate I475 Georgia Rest Area

I-475 Northbound – Mile Marker 7 – Bibb County Rest Area (dump station)  | MAP