Transportation & Infrastructure

As more and more companies move to Easton, residents are able to work near where they live. Without rush-hour gridlock, employees arrive on time, and ready for a productive day.

Highways & Interstates

There are three major routes onto the Eastern Shore:

  • The Chesapeake Bay Bridge spans 4.35 miles of the Chesapeake Bay, and at the time of construction in 1952, was the longest continuous over-water steel structure. A second parallel span was added in 1973.
  • U.S. Route 13
  • Maryland Route 213

The two major highways on the Eastern Shore are U.S. Route 13 and U.S. Route 50, which meet in Salisbury.


Proximity to Major Cities

  • 73 miles from DC
  • 60 miles from Baltimore
  • 42 miles to Annapolis

Air Transportation

Talbot County-owned Easton Airport is located just two miles north of downtown Easton. Home to more than 40 aircraft and 23 full-time pilots, Easton Airport is the aviation gateway to the Eastern Shore and its location brings significant travel opportunity. Ranked Maryland’s second busiest airport, it serves the local community, visitors, and recreational pilots, helping everyone get where they want to go.

The airport is a hub of economic activity, and its impact is impressive. Bringing business revenue, jobs, and tax dollars to the area, there is no denying the Easton Airport does its part in stimulating the state and local economy.

Learn more about the Easton Airport.

The Salisbury-Ocean City Wicomico Regional Airport, in Salisbury, is the only commercial airport on the Delmarva Peninsula.

Proximity to Other Major Airports

  • 57 miles to BWI
  • 47 miles to Salisbury–Ocean City–Wicomico Regional Airport

Local Public Transportation and Commuter Services

Delmarva Community Services provides public transit, and commuter services throughout Easton, serving medical, employment, education and shopping centers. Other options include a Greyhound Bus Station, taxi services, the Oxford Bellevue Ferry, and daily shuttle services to BWI.