Less than 30 minutes from the heart of the Nation’s Capital, Prince William County provides easy access to international, national, as well as regional markets.
For the past 25 years, Prince William County has consistently spent the most on roadway infrastructure improvements than any other Virginia jurisdiction. Over $400 million is spent on average each year.
Two main interstates – Interstate 66 which runs east to west and Interstate 95 which runs north to south go through Prince William County. The U.S. Route 234 Bypass is a four-lane divided highway that connects I-66 and I-95. With these two corridors traversed in the County, Prince William provides overnight trucking capabilities to approximately 56% of the U.S. population.
By air, the County is primarily serviced by two major airports and one regional airport. Dulles International Airport is located just 20 minutes from Prince William County. It supports 25 international carriers, and offers access to 49 international and 84 domestic destinations. FedEx and UPS operate air cargo services out of Dulles. United Airlines operates a major hub at Dulles.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is approximately 25 minutes from Prince William County. It is the 25th busiest airport by passenger volume. Reagan National supports 11 carriers and offers access to 94 North American destinations. American Airlines operates a major hub at Reagan National.
Manassas Regional Airport, the largest executive regional airport in Virginia, is located a mere 5 minutes from the commuter rail, 3 miles from Innovation Park, and 13 miles from the County’s seat. It offers first-class business aviation services, onsite US customs, no landing fees, no commercial competition, and exclusive privacy.
Two major railway systems run through the County. CSX and Norfolk Southern. Additionally, two Virginia Railway Express routes provide rail commuter options to and from Washington DC.
Virginia Inland Intermodal Port is less than 40 miles from Prince William County. “The terminal is serviced by 17,820 feet of rail track that runs adjacent to Norfolk Southern‘ s Crescent Corridor. Intermodal rail cars arrive at VIP and gain access via Norfolk Southern rail to Harrisburg, PA, and New York/New Jersey region. The facility is a U.S. Customs-designated port of entry, and the full range of customs functions is available to customers.” Containerized rail service is provided five days a week between the Virginia Inland Port and the Port of Virginia.