Transportation

 

With I-95 (which runs through more states than any other interstate highway) as an anchor, Volusia County links the Atlantic states from Maine, all the way to Miami. Another interstate highway,  I-4, smoothly links east Florida to west Florida. The Greater Daytona Beach area is positioned at the apex of these two interstate highways, creating a central hub for highway access to the major metropolitan areas of the state and beyond. Especially for businesses relying on easy access to transportation corridors, Volusia County is a natural choice.

Easy access is undoubtedly an important part of the reason Volusia is a perfect match for both business and tourism. Day trips can include Disney World, Universal, Sea World and the Kennedy Space Center. It’s also within a few hours drive of other major Florida communities, such as Tampa (130 miles), Miami (250 miles), and Jacksonville (80 miles). Or drive an hour to St. Augustine, the oldest continuously occupied European-established city and port in the continental United States, founded in 1565. Of course, with all Volusia offers, including world famous beaches, beautiful lakes and rivers and lots of outdoor activities all year long, staying in the neighborhood offers great rewards as well.

Added convenience is reflected in the versatility of having five airports in Volusia, including Daytona Beach International Airport, for commercial and general aviation use. Click here to download a pdf: Five airports to meet your every need.