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Why Springfield, VA Could be Your Next Hometown
Overview of the city

Springfield is a town in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States, dominated by the I-95, I-395, and the I-495 (Capital Beltway) interchange. The town has its center at the intersection of Route 644 (Franconia Road/ Old Keene Mill Road) and Backlick Road (Route 617) adjacent to the interchange, and while there are many commercial areas around the interchange, the rest is made up of residential areas.

General Information

Based on 2013 figures, Springfield has a population of 31,025 people, with 51% female and 49% male, and one of the most populated towns in the country. The median cost of homes in the town is $374,600, while the cost of living is more than 50% higher than the average in the United States. However, the town is one of the go-to places for people looking for a new place to raise a family or retire because of the low unemployment rate, which is just 3.6%, much lower than the US average of 6.3%. Just have also always been growing at the rate of 2% for the past few years.

Location and Neighboring Cities

Some of the neighboring cities of Springfield are Monticello Forest, Lynbrook, Yates Village, Monticello Woods, Springfield Estates, Leewood, Edsall Park, Springfield Square, York manor, Fair Vernon, North Springfield, Springfield Station, Springfield Forest, Villa Del-Ray, Westview Hills, Brook Hill, Indian Springs and Bren Mar Park.

What the City is Known For

More than 15% of the population have the management, business, science, and arts occupations, working in agriculture, manufacturing, construction, transportation and finance, among many others. About 76% of the population is in the working class. The town is even known as:

· One of the 15 Best Cities for Teleworking

· One of the 4 Cities with the Best Airports to Make a Connection

· One of the 12 Healthiest Cities

· One of the 14 Most Gender Balanced Cities

· One of the 17 Cities on the Edge of Greatness

· One of the 15 Most Secure Places to Live

· One of the 9 Most Secure Places to Live in the U.S.

· One of the 50 Most Energetic Cities in America

· One of the 14 The Most Single Cities

· One of the 9 America's Most Playful Cities

· One of the 15 Cities with the Most Competitive Private Colleges

· One of the 23 Best US Cities for Seniors

· One of the 22 Most Popular Cities for the Holidays

· One of the 26 Fiscally Fit Cities

· One of the 36 Best Baseball Cities

· One of the 29 Most Romantic Cities for Boomers

· One of the 40 Best Block Party Places

· One of the 46 America's Best Cities for Dating

· One of the 42 Manliest Cites in America

· One of the 87 Best Green Cities

Springfield Main Transportation System

In Springfield, Central Springfield is one of the routes which make transportation to be very easy. Three Interstates make up the interchange, and these are I-95, I-395, and I-495, and the major buses serving the town are Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority bus and Fairfax Connector bus.

WMATA uses the Metrorail name to provide rapid transit service under the fixed-route bus service under the Metrobus brand, and the MetroAccess brand for the paratransit service. Also, the authority operates the DC Circulator bus system under a public-private partnership. To provide added security to the thousands of residents, WMATA even has its own police force. Fairfax County provides Fairfax Connector public bus service, and it is operated under contract by MV Transportation.

Springfield Standard of Living

The standard of living in Springfield is high, and this is one of the reasons for the increase in its population. For instance, more than 70% of the residents earn more than $50,000 per year, with 50% alone in the $50,000 to $150,000 range. There are more than 10,600 housing units in the town, and less than 600 are always available for rent, meaning that the units are always sought after, as about 51% of them were built within the past 20 years.