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City of Manassas, VA
Transportation & Market Accessiblity
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The City of Manassas is a central hub of well-planned transportation options. Located 30 miles southwest of Washington, D.C., the City of Manassas is surrounded by convenient highway transportation including I-66, I-95, and I-495, allowing your company to be positioned to take advantage of multiple markets within a day’s drive.

The city’s airport is the most active general aviation airport in Virginia and in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Manassas is a central hub of well-planned transportation options. Manassas Regional Airport, owned by the City of Manassas, is close to the heart of the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area just 30 miles from downtown D.C. The airport is also located four miles from downtown Manassas and provides an essential aerial gateway for business development in Manassas and in the northern Virginia region.

Airport Staristics
The Manassas Regional Airport is home to over 400 based aircraft and to three full-time Fixed Base Operators (FBO) able and willing to take care of your aviation needs. The airport features a 3,700 foot runway and a 5,000 foot runway that is capable of handling all of today’s large business jets including the Boeing BBJ.

Additional information
The City-owned airport is accessible to light rail into Washington, D.C. on the Virginia Railway Express and is convenient to major interstate highways I-66 and I-95.

Air Service Map
Two major passenger service airports, Washington Dulles International and Ronald Reagan National, are located within 30 minutes of Manassas. Both airports combined offer the business traveler access to virtually any air travel destination in the world. Washington Dulles Airport, in particular, features substantial air freight capacity to meet the air freight requirements of your business.

Public Transportation
Manassas is served by reliable public transportation including train and bus service. The Virginia Railway Express (VRE) light rail and Amtrak provide the city with an invaluable daily transit system. The Manassas area is also served by OmniLink, a shuttle service that provides residents with connections to the D.C. area’s Metro rail system.

Inland Port
Businesses interested in capitalizing on global trade will be able to take advantage of Virginia’s Inland Port, located an hour west of Manassas in Front Royal.