Facts & Figures

Transportation

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Roads

Volusia County is easily accessed and provides quick connections to major metros. The intersection of two interstates (I-4 and I-95) ensures you move your goods and people at a pace that a global economy demands.

  • Interstate 95:  38 miles of I-95 runs north/south
  • Interstate 4: 27 miles of  I-4 runs east/west

Rail

SunRail, CSX, Florida East Coast and Norfolk Southern service Volusia County by rail.

Ports

Volusia is situated between JAXPORT 90 miles to the north and Port Canaveral 75 miles to the south. The Port of Tampa is easily reached via I-4.  Learn More

Air Transportation

  • Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB) has non-stop service to Charlotte, NC and Atlanta, GA as well as connections to major metros like Syracuse, Chicago, Newark, Washington, Nashville, Dallas, Seattle, San Francisco and others. Beginning in February 2016, JetBlue will beging offering daily non-stop service to John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City.
  • DeLand Municipal Airport (DED) accommodates general aviation air service 24-hours a day. It features corporate and private hangars, an industrial park, and two runways (4,000' and 6,000').
  • Ormond Beach Municipal Airport (OMN) is a public-use general aviation facility with two intersecting runways (4,000' and 3,700') and is home to Sunrise Flight Academy training facilities.
  • New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport (EVB) is designated as a general aviation transport airport situated on 770 acres of land. EVB has three runways (4,000', 5,000', and 4,323').
  • Massey Ranch Airpark is a private airport with a 3,845 ft of runway located in the coastal fly-in community of Edgewater. This airpark is split between commercial and residential area. Companies on site include Airpark Aviation Center, Inc.