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FutureStarrLawrenceville ga to atlanta ga
From solo to shared, Lawrenceville, GA houses everything for a new city dweller. From beautiful homes with limitless yard space to a plethora of food choices and a location near Atlanta, IL. Best of all, there is no state income tax, Georgia LICENSED Alcohol Treatment Centers and Georgia HUSKY Health Care.
The distance is the same either way if you're flying a straight line (or driving the same roads back and forth). But for a real trip, there can be plenty of differences so go ahead and check the reverse directions to get the distance from Atlanta to Lawrenceville, or go to the main page to calculate the distance between cities.
Lawrenceville can be accessed through several highways. Georgia 316 passes through Lawrenceville to Athens and connects to Interstate 85 at Exit 106. Interstate 85 South then travels through downtown Atlanta, which is roughly 30 to 35 miles away southwest. Lawrenceville can also be accessed by U.S. 78 (Stone Mountain Freeway) and then Scenic Highway (Georgia 124) via Snellville. Some southern unincorporated areas with Lawrenceville addresses can be accessed by Ronald Reagan Parkway. Other highways that pass through Lawrenceville are US 29, GA 8, GA 20, and GA 120.
If you want to meet halfway between Lawrenceville, GA and Atlanta, GA or just make a stop in the middle of your trip, the exact coordinates of the halfway point of this route are 33.907036 and -84.231499, or 33º 54' 25.3296" N, 84º 13' 53.3964" W. This location is 16.27 miles away from Lawrenceville, GA and Atlanta, GA and it would take approximately 17 minutes to reach the halfway point from both locations. (Source: www.distance-cities.com)
Lawrenceville is home to Gwinnett County's only public airport, Gwinnett County Airport-Briscoe Field (IATA: LZU, ICAO: KLZU, FAA LID: LZU) . With its daytime control tower, several FBOs (Fixed-Base Operators), and flight-training schools, Brisco Field primarily serves general aviation and some commercial aircraft
Lawrenceville is home to Northside Hospital Gwinnett (formerly Gwinnett Medical Center). GMC is a non-profit, 500-bed health care network based in Gwinnett County. It comprises two hospitals, plus several supporting medical facilities, with more than 4,300 employees and more than 800 affiliated physicians. The flagship campus of GMC is located in Lawrenceville near the intersection of Hwy. 316 and Duluth Highway 120. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)