Located in the heart of the Greater Washington region, Manassas provides businesses with a strategic advantage for doing business in a global market. A first-rate transportation network of roads, air and rail links Manassas to major markets around the world–a primary reason companies are choosing Manassas as their new business address.
- Residents and businesses in Manassas are served by extensive passenger and freight rail. The Virginia Railway Express (VRE), a light-rail commuter service, provides invaluable daily transportation into and out of Washington, D.C. Amtrak also provides long-distance access to every major city in the North East corridor, including Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York City.
- The City lies between two major interstate highways (I-66 and I-95) and the intersection of VA state routes 28 and 234.
- Manassas Regional Airport is a city-owned general aviation airport, the largest in the Commonwealth. It features two runways, an FAA Control Tower, U.S. Custom, no landing fees and competitive fuel prices. Why wait behind the commercial airliners?
- Washington Dulles International Airport, Baltimore/Washington International and Reagan National are within 30 miles of the City of Manassas and provide low-cost carrier service to major gateway cities and international markets.