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Transportation
Transportation Services
The Town of Christiansburg is well served by rail, air, and highway systems for both commercial shipping and commuting purposes. Christiansburg is conveniently located at the crossroads of three major highways: Interstate 81, U.S. Route 11, and U.S. Route 460.

Train & Air
The Norfolk and Southern Railway traverses Christiansburg and rail freight service is available to local businesses. Although there is no airport within town limits, service is available from three surrounding airports: Roanoke Regional Airport, approximately 35 minutes to the northeast; Virginia Tech–Montgomery Executive Airport in Blacksburg; and New River Valley Airport in Dublin, approximately 20 miles to the southwest.

The Roanoke Regional Airport is the largest of the three and is served by a number of commercial airlines. The New River Valley Airport serves largely cargo, while the Virginia Tech-Montgomery County Executive Airport serves primarily corporate and private clientele.

Bus
Local bus service is provided between Christiansburg and Blacksburg by Blacksburg Transit’s “BT Commuter Service,” with in-town services provided by the “Explorer” circular route and “Go Anywhere” advance on-call service. Regional bus service is provided by Valley Metro, with the Smart Way Commuter Bus linking the New River Valley with the Roanoke Valley. National bus service is provided by Megabus.com with Christiansburg as the only stop on the Washington, D.C. / Knoxville, Tennessee route.