Highways

Jefferson County, West Virginia Highways & Infrastructure

Jefferson County, West Virginia is connected to the region’s cultural, financial, and industrial centers by numerous interstate, state, and county highways. The region’s dense network of roadways makes every corner of Jefferson County readily accessible to every one of our profitable businesses.

I-70 and I-81 connect Jefferson County to Washington, DC, Baltimore, and several cities throughout the East Coast, the Upper South, and the Ohio Valley. I-70 is 30 miles away, accessible via US Route 340, and connects Jefferson County to Maryland and Virginia. I-81 is only 10 miles away and accessible via West Virginia Route 9, a major east-west state highway that gives Jefferson County quick access to Manassas, Virginia.

Jefferson County also connects businesses with deeper access to the state. West Virginia Route 45 joins northern Jefferson County to nearby Martinsburg, West Virginia, at the interchange of I-81, US Route 11, and West Virginia Route 9. West Virginia Route 51 passes through the county from Charles Town in the east to I-81 and beyond in Berkeley County, West Virginia. West Virginia Route 115 runs east-west through Jefferson County for 20 miles and parallels West Virginia Route 9. West Virginia Route 230 is a north-south state highway in Jefferson County joining US Route 340 just west of Bolivar to West Virginia Route 45 and West Virginia Route 480 in Shepherdstown.

With such a rich highway transportation infrastructure, Jefferson County makes it easy for our local businesses to have access to customers, suppliers and other partnering businesses.