Virginia has one of the best highway systems in the country. Primary access to the county is provided by I-95 and I-295, as well as north-south Route 301 and east-west Route 460. Additionally, Route 10 runs along the northern shore. Prince George County is within a one day drive of over 40% of the US population.
Interstate 95 is the main interstate of the East Coast and connects Miami, Florida to Bangor, Maine. A few of the major cities along this route include: Jacksonville, Florida; Savannah, Georgia; Washington, D.C.; New York, New York; Boston, Massachusetts; and Portland, Maine.
The Port of Virginia is a 1.5 hour drive away conveniently down U.S. Route 460. The Port of Virginia is a hub port; an important distinction for the shipping public. Nearly 30 international shipping lines offer direct, dedicated service to and from Virginia, with connections to 200+ countries around the world. In an average week, more than 40 international container, breakbulk and roll-on / roll-off vessels are serviced at our marine terminals.
Port of Virginia Quick Facts
Prince George County is less than 30 miles from the Port of Richmond. The port is a United States Customs port of entry and is a designated Foreign Trade Zone. The port of Richmond is both a domestic and international multi-modal freight and distribution center.
The Port of Richmond is owned by the City of Richmond and has a supply chain network of over 600 warehouses. There are 34 acres of open storage and over 300,000 square feet of warehouse capacity. The port also offers container-on-barge services from Hampton Roads to Richmond.
The Richmond International Airport is located 33 miles north of Prince George, is a United Customs port of entry and is a designated Foreign Trade Zone. Goods shipped out of the airport area can reach 68% of the U.S. population with 24 hours. The airport is served by three runways and is attended 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 10 Passenger and four cargo airlines service the airport. The airlines offer non-stop flights to 22 destinations with connecting flights to other countries. Aircraft fuel, repairs, and charters are available through a full-service fixed-based operator. Located at the airport are air cargo carriers, freight forwarders, and a custom broker. Car rentals, restaurants, and ground handling are also on the premises.
In 2016, Richmond International Airport handled over 63,000 tons of cargo. Cargo services offered the airport include more than 100,000 square feet of warehouse/office space and 1,000,000 square feet of apron space.