What are the logistics like in Harford County?

Transportation, Travel, & Distribution

Harford County is strategically located at the heart of the Mid-Atlantic and East Coast markets and within easy access to Washington D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York along the I-95 corridor. A far-reaching network of airports, railways, seaports and highways makes transportation convenient for both travel and distribution.


Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI)

  • 32 miles from Bel Air, Maryland
  • 250 domestic and international destinations
  • Charter, commercial and cargo flights
"BWI is now the 2nd fastest growing airport in the nation with over 700 daily flights to destinations across America and around the world" - Airport Council International

Philadelphia International Airport

  • 78 miles from Bel Air, Maryland
  • 100 domestic and international destinations
  • Charter, commercial and cargo flights

Local Airports for Charter & Corporate Flights

  • Forest Hill Business Airpark, Forest Hill
  • Glenn L. Martin State Airport, Middle River
  • Harford County Airport, Aldino
Reagan National and Dulles International Airports are located south of BWI providing domestic and international service.


Major Highways

  • Interstate 95
  • MD 24
  • U.S. Route 1
  • U.S. Route 40





  • Baltimore
    • The 3rd largest port on the East Coast
    • State-of-the-art Intermodal Container Transfer Facility (ICTF)
    • Seagirt Marine Terminal
  • Philadelphia
  • Wilmington

Mass Transit



Harford County Transportation Service (HCTS): Bus service is available from Edgewood via Belcamp and Aberdeen to Perryman on the U.S. 40 corridor via Bus Route 6.
  • County public transportation connects Bel Air, Aberdeen, Havre de Grace, Edgewood and Joppa.
  • Door-to-door service for senior citizens and the disabled is also available.
  • Public transportation is available within the municipalities of Bel Air and Aberdeen.