Leesburg enjoys excellent access to major highways and airports.
U.S. Highway 15 and Virginia Route 7 intersect in Leesburg, providing highway access in all directions. The Point of Rocks bridge on U.S. Highway 15, just minutes north of Leesburg, is the only bridge across the Potomac River between it and the Capital Beltway.
Virginia Route 7 runs from Alexandria, just outside the District of Columbia, to Interstate 81 in Winchester, with Leesburg centrally located.
In addition, the Dulles Greenway Toll Road (Virginia Route 267) terminates in Leesburg and provides direct access to Washington Dulles International Airport, just 15 minutes to the east. From the airport, the Dulles Toll Road continues eastward to Fairfax County, Arlington, and the District of Columbia.
With its location at the western terminus of the Dulles Greenway Toll Road, Leesburg enjoys excellent access to Washington Dulles International Airport, just 15 minutes away.
In addition, the Leesburg Executive Airport, one of the region's busiest general aviation airports, provides businesses with further transportation options into and out of the area.
Loudoun County Transit operates the local bus service in Leesburg and eastern Loudoun County. The three Leesburg routes, plus the 7-to-7-on-7, which provides service from Leesburg to Sterling, have a central transfer hub at the Loudoun County Government Center in the Historic Downtown. Most of the routes operate Monday through Friday, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. In addition, the Village at Leesburg route operates on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
More information about Loudoun County Transit's Leesburg bus service, including route maps, is available on the Public Transportation page.
Loudoun County Transit also provides commuter bus service from Leesburg to the West Falls Church Metro Station, Rosslyn, the Pentagon, and Washington DC.
For more information about public transportation options in and around Leesburg, please visit our Public Transportation page.