Where Exactly Is the Middle
Wilmington is in the middle of the Northeast corridor between NYC and Washington, D.C.
When we say Wilmington is in the middle of it all, it's not just a figure of speech. It's a literal fact, and a tremendous strategic advantage for businesses.
- Wilmington sits right in the middle of the U.S.'s Northeast Corridor, roughly equidistant from Washington, D.C., and New York City, within easy reach of everything essential to business success.
- About one out of every three Americans – a massive market of over 100,000,000 people – live within a 350-mile radius of Wilmington.
Well-Connected Transportation Systems
- The country’s most important north-south route, Interstate 95, runs right by our doorstep, minutes from downtown.
- Executives catch high-speed passenger trains at our convenient Amtrak station.
- Local SEPTA train access connects Wilmington to Philadelphia by regional rail
- New Castle County Airport, just 5 miles south of town, is a major hub for corporate and other private aircraft, and Philadelphia International Airport is just a 25-minute drive.
- For transporting goods, you’ll have the added advantage of access to the nearby deepwater Port of Wilmington, which handles over 400 ships and five million tons of cargo a year.
Port of Wilmington is a full-service deepwater port and marine terminal.
Senator Tom Carper talks with fellow travelers at the Wilmington Station.
New Castle County Airport is a major hub for corporate and private aircraft.