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Linda Willer

Charlottesville, Virginia
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434-985-4094
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Our Infrastructure

The Greater Charlottesville Region has the infrastructure to allow many types of businesses to take advantage of a strategic geographic location. Located in central Virginia, south of Washington DC and west of Richmond, the region is bisected by east-west Interstate-64. North-south Interstate-81 lies less than 30 miles west of many of our communities, while north-south Interstate-95 lies less than 50 miles east of numerous locations in our area. The interstate and U.S. highways that serve Greater Charlottesville can effectively satisfy commerce desiring easy access to major East Coast and Midwest markets. In addition to the region's excellent highway network, the Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport offers commercial air service that is augmented by four general aviation facilities located in surrounding counties. With Amtrak also providing east-west and north-south passenger rail service through Charlottesville, accessibility could not be better.

Interstate Highways
Three Interstate Highways serve or are in close proximity to the region. I-64 is an east-west Interstate that connects the Port of Hampton Roads, through Charlottesville, with major cities to the west such as Charleston, Louisville and St. Louis. I-81 is a north-south Interstate located 30 miles west of Charlottesville, via I-64, that connects the area with cities to the north and those to the south and southwest. I-95 is a north-south interstate located 70 miles east of Charlottesville, via I-64, that connects New England with the Deep South, running from north of Boston to south of Miami.

Primary Highways
U. S. Route 29 is a major north-south four lane primary highway that serves cities north of Charlottesville through Washington DC and those south of Charlottesville, connecting with Interstate 40 in North Carolina. Other primary roads in the region include U. S Routes 15, 33, 250 and 522.

Railroads
Both Norfolk Southern and CSX rail lines serve the region. One of the main lines of the Norfolk Southern runs from New Orleans, through Charlottesville, to Washington DC and beyond. CSX rail lines traverse the region from the Port of Hampton Roads to the Midwest and from Washington DC, through Charlottesville, to Chicago. Several rail served sites on the Norfolk Southern are available in the Culpeper area, while rail served sites on CSX are available in Louisa and Orange Counties. Amtrak offers passenger rail service over the Norfolk Southern with daily service from New York to New Orleans, through Washington DC and Charlottesville, and from Washington DC, through Charlottesville, to Chicago three times a week over CSX.

Airports
Commercial air service is provided through the Charlottesville Albemarle Airport with direct non-stop flights to New York, Atlanta, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Detroit, Philadelphia and Washington Dulles. Washington Dulles, with direct non-stop service to west coast cities and major cities around the world, is located within a two-hour drive from many locations within the Greater Charlottesville Region. Five general aviation airports also serve the region. Two facilities, one in Culpeper and one Louisa, can accommodate corporate jet aircraft with 5,000 foot (Culpeper) and 4,500 foot (Louisa) runways.

Seaports
The Port of Hampton Roads, located three hours from Charlottesville, is easily accessible via Interstate 64. Those businesses engaged in importing and/or exporting products can also take advantage of the Virginia Inland Port. Operated by the Virginia Port Authority, the Virginia Inland Port in Front Royal, Virginia, is located only an hour north of Culpeper. From the Inland Port, goods are transported by train to Hampton Roads where they are transferred to the ships that take them to their overseas destinations.

Communication
The Greater Charlottesville Region is well served by high-speed communication capacity. AT&T, Verizon, nTelos, Adelphia Business Solutions, and the American Fiber Network (AFN) all have fiber routes and major points of presence (POPS) throughout the area. Wireless connection to the Internet is available at the Charlottesville Albemarle Airport and in numerous locations on the Grounds at the University of Virginia.

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Linda Willer | 434-985-4094 | Contact Me
1770 Timberwood Blvd, Suite 101 - Charlottesville, VA 22911
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