Maryland Advantages


Connected to it all.

In business, time is of the essence. Whether duty calls you to a meeting hundreds of miles away, or your business demands speedy internet service without disruptions, turn your eyes to Maryland.



Building on Maryland’s strategic location, our robust transportation network gives you easy access by all modes of transportation.

The Port of Baltimore, the closest East Coast seaport to the midwest, is investing to prepare for a future that accommodates increased shipping volume and improved efficiency.

Maryland businesses are well served by railroads. Two Class I carriers, CSX Transportation and Norfolk Southern Railway, provide modern, high-tech freight rail connections to the US interior, Canada, and Mexico.

The Baltimore-Washington International (BWI), continually recognized as one of the top in the country, serves passengers from Maryland and beyond. Marylanders enjoy more choices than air travelers in many other states, thanks to the proximity of three other major airports: Washington Dulles International (IAD), Ronald Reagan National (DCA) and Philadelphia International (PHL).

A safe, efficient network of roadways connects Maryland businesses with customers and workers near and far. Five major interstates—I-95, I-70, I-68, I-83, and I-81—crisscross the state, carrying cargo and commuters.

Being in Maryland, we have great access to the port, we have great access to the main interstates.

– Mary Steinebrunner, GM, Dunlop Protective Footwear

Contact Us 

Ready to talk business?

Our team is standing by to answer questions and connect you with the right people, resources or information you need. Let's get to work.

Get Started