Fort Pickett
Fort Pickett

  • I-85 and I-95 run through the region, and six other major interstates are within close proximity: I-64 (11 miles), I-295 (17 miles), I-195 (20 miles), I-81 (33 miles), I-40 (40 miles), and I-440 (48 miles).
  • U.S. Highway 58 is an east-west corridor that provides access to The Port of Virginia to the east and Virginia’s mountains to the west.
  • U.S. Highway 360 runs from Danville through South Boston to Richmond, and continues to the eastern Northern Neck.
  • Freight rail service is provided by CSX Transportation, Norfolk Southern, and Virginia Southern Railway.
  • The Port of Virginia, offering the deepest harbor on the U.S. East Coast, is one hour east and easily accessible via road or rail.
  • The Port of Richmond, a multimodal freight and distribution center, is located 60 miles north along I-95.
  • Eight regional airports offer general aviation services, and commercial air service with nonstop flights to domestic destinations is available from Richmond International Airport (RIC – 50 miles) and Norfolk International Airport (ORF – 90 miles).