World-Class Logistics Infrastructure

In Virginia, a modern and expanding network of roads, railways, ports, and airports allows for efficient operational logistics — domestically and internationally — and a consistent flow of cargo. Virginia’s transportation system is integrated with the Eastern United States’ vast network of highways, interstates, and double-stack freight rail. This transportation system connects several important manufacturing and population centers across the Southeast, Northeast, and nation’s Heartland with The Port of Virginia’s three deepwater marine terminals in Norfolk Harbor and two inland port locations. The port, through its $1.4 billion Gateway Investment Project, is expanding its assets, capabilities, and reach and creating one of the most advanced ports in the Western Hemisphere.

6 Major Interstates

6 major interstates including major North-South and East-West trucking routes

180K TEUs

180K TEUs of paperboard, paper, and wood pulp moved through The Port of Virginia in 2022

3,000 Miles of Railways

3,000 miles of railways (anchored by Class I railroads CSX and Norfolk Southern)