Henrico is at the center of an extensive Mid-Atlantic transportation network, with 55% of the US population located within 750 miles of the county. Access to major interstates, railways, ports and airports makes it easy to get your products and people to their destinations.


I-95 and I-64 – major north-south and east-west highway corridors – bisect Henrico. Just south of Henrico, I-85 connects the area with other southeast cities including Raleigh, Atlanta and Montgomery. Henrico also owns and maintains the majority of its own internal roadway network - one of only two localities in Virginia to do so.


  • Freight service is provided by CSX, Norfolk Southern, and Buckingham Branch Railroad.

  • Passenger service is provided by Amtrak. Henrico is home to the busiest Amtrak station south of New York.


  • Richmond Marine Terminal, just a few miles outside the Henrico border, provides direct barge service to the Port of Virginia.

  • The Port of Virginia is the only East Coast port that can currently handle post-Panamax ships as first and last port of call.



  • Richmond International Airport (RIC) provides service to over 3 million passengers annually.

  • RIC is equidistant from London and Los Angeles

  • RIC handles 115 million pounds of cargo annually.

  • RIC is designated Foreign Trade Zone #207.

  • UPS and FedEx operate freight hubs at RIC.

  • Dulles International Airport is just 110 miles away, less than a two-hour drive, and offers direct service to approximately 50 foreign cities.