Georgian Railways is concentrated to organize freight and passenger transportation with efficient infrastructure and rolling stock services and to make Caucasus the most effective connection between Europe and Asia. There is 2,100 km railway; modernization is in progress, Georgian railway currently has around 30 mln t/year capacity.
Road infrastructure is rapidly developing throughout Georgia. Alone in 2018 for the development of road infrastructure, the government has allocated 146% more funds than in 2016. There is an international road with length 1500kms and 20,000 km all roads in Georgia.
Kutaisi International Airport in 2013 reached the peak of its initial development in 2013 covering 10% of carried passengers on the market. In 2018 the “David the Builder” Kutaisi International Airport was used by the 617,373 passengers. Distance between Kutaisi International Airport and Hualing Kutaisi Free Industrial Zone is only 19km.
Batumi International Airport (also known as Alexander Kartveli Batumi international Airport) is one of three airports operating in Georgia. The new Batumi airport terminal has been in operation since 26 May 2007. With a total area of 4,256 m2, it is capable of handling 600,000 passengers a year. In 2018 the airport was used by 598,891 passengers.