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Infrastructure in Sussex County 

Transportation

Large available industrial sites are available with excellent highway and rail infrastructure. U.S. 460 provides direct access to the Ports of Virginia located less than 60 miles east of the region.

 

Interstates
Name Distance 
I-95 0.0 miles (0.0 km.)
I-85 7.6 miles (12.2 km.)
I-295 8.4 miles (13.5 km.)
I-64 22.4 miles (36.0 km.)
I-664 29.3 miles (47.1 km.)
I-264 32.6 miles (52.4 km.)
I-195 35.6 miles (57.3 km.)
I-564 35.7 miles (57.5 km.)

 

Note: Distance measured from border of Sussex County.

 

Highways
Highway 460
Highway 301
Highway 35
Highway 40
Highway 139
Highway 31

 

Commercial Air Service
RIC - Richmond International Airport, Sandston -- 51.6 miles (83.1 km.)
Southwest Airlines
American Airlines
Delta Airlines
United Airlines
US Airways
JetBlue Airways

 

Note: Within a 75-mile drive of the center of the locality/region.

 

General Aviation Service
Name Runway Length

Wakefield Municipal Airport (Wakefield, VA)

Wakefield Municipal Airport

4,337 ft (1,322 m)

 

 

Freight Rail Service

CSX Transportation

Norfolk Southern Railway Company

Freight Rail Service in Sussex

 

Seaports
Name Distance 
Port of Richmond 47.0 miles (75.6 km)
APM Terminal - Portsmouth 68.0 miles (109.4 km)
Port of Virginia (Norfolk International Terminals) 80.0 miles (128.7 km)
Port of Virginia (Portsmouth Marine Terminal) 81.0 miles (130.4 km)
Port of Virginia (Newport News Marine Terminals) 84.0 miles (135.2 km)

 

Note: Driving distance from the center of the locality/region to Port of Virginia and any other seaports within 100 miles.

 

Other Ports of Entry
Name Distance 
Richmond - Petersburg 51.6 miles (83.1 km)
Newport News 76.8 miles (123.6 km)
Norfolk 78.1 miles (125.7 km)
Port of Washington - Dulles 167.1 miles (268.9 km)

 

Note: Driving distance from the center of the locality/region to Port of Washington - Dulles and any other port of entry within 100 miles.

 

Utilities

Dominion Virginia Power, one of the nation's largest power producers, as well as several Electric Cooperatives including Prince George, Southside, and Mecklenburg, provide electricity to the county.

 

Utilities
Type Provider 
Electric Dominion Virginia Power
Electric Prince George Electric Cooperative
Electric Southside Electric Cooperative
Electric Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative
Natural Gas Columbia Gas of Virginia
Telecommunications Verizon-South
Telecommunications Verizon-Virginia
Water Greensville County Water & Sewer Authority
Water Town of Stony Creek
Water Sussex Service Authority
Waste Water Treatment Town of Stony Creek
Waste Water Treatment Town of Wakefield
Waste Water Treatment Sussex Service Authority
Solid Waste Disposal Atlantic Waste Disposal Landfill
Solid Waste Disposal Sussex County Sanitary Landfill