Randolph County, West Virginia is located in the center of four interstate highways, and getting out to them from most anywhere in the county is easy. Our connectivity makes Randolph County a highly desirable location for distribution, logistics, and warehousing operations.
Highway 219 bisects the county connecting Interstates 68 to the north and 64 to the south. Highway 48/33, also known as Corridor H, is an interstate grade divided highway, which connects the county directly to Interstate 79 to the west of the county. Within a few short years, Corridor H will be connected directly to Interstate 81 to the east.
In addition to an enviable network of interstate highways, the West Virginia Railroad Authority now serves Randolph County. The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley short line railroad offers connections to the CSX mainline, providing access to markets throughout the world via deep water ports and the Virginia Inland Port at Front Royal, Virginia.
In Randolph County, FedEx and UPS also provide service and connections to regional airport hubs including Pittsburgh International Airport and Yeager Airport in Charleston, West Virginia.
With so many options, moving products in and out of Randolph County is easy and affordable. Take a closer look at how our transportation network can keep your trucks moving.