From Hagerstown, Maryland more than 50% of the nation's population can be accessed by overnight truck.
Washington County is located in west central Maryland, slightly more than an hour drive from Washington DC and Baltimore. The county is bounded by Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. It extends east to South Mountain, south to the merging of the Shenandoah and Potomac rivers, north to the Mason-Dixon Line, and west to Sideling Hill Creek.
The intersection of I-81 and I-70 provides access to more than 50% of the nation's population by overnight truck. A land area of 458 square miles, Washington County is composed of nine communities with a total population of approximately 145,000.