Location and Transportation

The property, in Dublin, Virginia, is three miles from Interstate 81. The interstate is directly accessible by a four-lane state highway (Route 100). It is within easy distance of several Interstate routes. Download a highway map.

From Dublin

At

Access To

Miles

I-81

Dublin, VA

Northest & Mid-Atlantic/South & West

0

I-77

Wytheville, VA

Southeast

22

I-74

Mt. Airy, NC

Southeast Seaboard

60

I-64

Lexington, VA

Eastern VA & Port of Virginia

95

I-64 & I-77

Beckley, WV

Midwest

75

The site is also near Norfolk Southern Railroad routes traveling in all four compass directions. Feasibility studies on extending rail to the site indicate the extension is reasonable for a project with significant investment. Download the preliminary rail plan.

The Port of Virginia (Norfolk) can be accessed by the new Norfolk Southern Railroad Heartland Corridor Intermodal Facility, which will provide state of the art containerized cargo service within thirty miles the NRV Commerce Park site. Assistance from Norfolk Southern economic development professionals is available at http://www.nscorp.com/nscportal/nscorp/Customers/Industrial%20Development/ .

The site is also convenient to the following objective ports:

  • Port of Virginia at Portsmouth, VA 295 miles
  • Baltimore, MD 320 miles
  • Charleston, SC 360 miles

Until the new intermodal facility is open, the ports of Virginia, Baltimore and Charleston are all a one day haul, with numerous trucking firms offering service. Local customs brokers can arrange trucking on an as needed basis.

The property is adjacent to the New River Valley Airport. The airport can handle a wide range of business, personal and cargo aircraft, up to 60,000 pound dual wheel weight – Cessna to Gulfstream and everything in between. The airport is designed to FAA’s C-II aircraft design standards, which accommodate aircraft with approach speeds up to 140 knots and a wingspan of up to 78 feet. Larger aircraft may be able to be accommodated with prior permission from the airport. See http://www.nrvairport.com/ .