ACCESS PORTSMOUTH

ACCESS INFRASTRUCTURE

Need to move goods or services around the region, state or nation?

The City of Portsmouth features an extensive, reliable and convenient infrastructure network that includes the nation’s largest privately owned container terminal (VIG), railroad access, centralized interstate connectivity, and a newly constructed Martin Luther King Jr. Expressway connecting commuters with Portsmouth’s central business districts.

Access Portsmouth via highway interchanges for I-64, I-264, I-664, US 17, US 58, US 460, State Route 141 and the new MLK Expressway, making the average commute only 24 minutes.

Norfolk International airport (ORF) is 20 minutes from Downtown Portsmouth.  Williamsburg-Newport News Airport (PHF) is under 40 minutes.  Richmond International airport (RIC) is about 90 minutes away.  In a little over 3 hours, you can drive to/from Reagan National (DCA), Raleigh-Durham (RDU) and Dulles (IAD) airports.

Being in an urban community, Portsmouth offers natural gas and dual-feed electricity in many of its industrial parks.