Westmoreland County

Montross, VA


Our mid-Atlantic location provides easy access to regional, national, and international markets and suppliers via Virginia's well-integrated network of interstate highways, airports, seaports, inland ports and rail terminals.
State Route 3 runs the length of Westmoreland County and serves as its primary transportation corridor. It links Westmoreland County to nearby Interstate 95 directly and to Interstate 64 via US Route 360.
Westmoreland County's proximity to major transportation centers means you have a wide selection of motor carriers including small freight, less than truckload, full truckload and contract carriers. Overnight package delivery service is widely available.

Interstate Highways

Name Distance
I-95 23.3 miles (37.4 km.)
I-495 35.6 miles (57.2 km.)
I-295 35.7 miles (57.4 km.)
I-395 36.6 miles (58.9 km.)
I-64 36.7 miles (59.1 km.)
I-695 41.4 miles (66.6 km.)
I-66 42.0 miles (67.6 km.)

Commercial Air Service

Richmond International Airport 43.3 miles (69.7 km.)

General Aviation Service

4,300-foot by 75-foot runway accommodates small and medium size business aircraft, including twin-engine planes and small corporate jets up to 30,000 pounds. Hangars, tie-downs and 100LL fuel available. Jet A to come. 19 miles (30.5 km)
5000-foot by 100-foot instrument runway with full parallel taxiways, Jet-A and Av-Gas fuel storage facilities, and 25 acres of paved aircraft parking aprons is located near Fredericksburg. 41 miles (65.9 km)
Shannon Airport
This privately owned Fredericksburg airport has a 2999-foot asphalt runway. 100LL fuel is available. 33 miles (53.1km)
Captain Walter Francis Duke Regional Airport
Located just across the Potomac from Leonardtown, Maryland, the airport has one, 4150-foot by 75-foot runway, T-hangars, paved tie-downs and fuel (100LL, Jet A). 45 miles
Freight Rail Service 
CSX (Fredericksburg)


Collection point for containers from West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Northern Virginia and elsewhere. 96 miles (154.5km)

Richmond Marine Terminal (formerly known as “The Port of Richmond”) is located on approximately 121 acres along the west bank of the James River, with 80 of those acres within the secure terminal. Richmond Marine Terminal has 300,105 square feet of warehouse space. The facility has a 1,570-foot long wharf available for berthing and handles containers, temperature-controlled containers, break-bulk, bulk, and neo-bulk cargo. The facility is a U.S. Customs-designated port of entry, and the full range of customs functions is available to customers.

Virginia's largest port is home to the world's largest cranes, able to move as many as 40 50-ton containers in an hour. 90 miles (144.8 km)
For more information about doing business in Westmoreland County, Virginia, please visit the Virginia Economic Development Partnership and our Resource Library.


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