Location & Transportation
Nebraska sits at the crossroads of the nation’s transportation history. The Great Platte River Road was the grand corridor of America's westward expansion. The Oregon Trail, Mormon Trail, California Road, and Pony Express route converged in the valley of the Platte, forming the superhighway of its day. The Platte River Valley became the natural route for the first transcontinental railroad, traveling westward from its home in Omaha, Nebraska to Sacramento, California.
Nebraska's central location makes it an ideal transportation hub. Interstate-80, arguably the nation’s busiest intercontinental Highway, stretches 482 miles from one end of the state to the other. Seven national north south highways bisect the state, providing companies with ready access to the NAFTA trade corridor. The state also is served by two Class I rail systems.
Supply chain and logistics management companies are discovering what railroads and trucking firms have long known. Right-in-the-middle-of-it-all: Nebraska is a great place to do business…
Center of the U.S., low traffic congestion, costs, business climate, labor costs, and the absence of inventory taxes are a few reasons to locate your next transportation, warehousing, and logistics center in Nebraska.
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- Distribution, Logistics Brochure
Maps showing legal trucking distances from selected Nebraska communities
|Beatrice||Bellevue||Blair||Broken Bow||Central City||Chadron|
|Columbus||Cozad||Crete||David City||Fairbury||Falls City|
|Nebraska City||Norfolk||North Platte||Ogallala||Omaha||O'Neill|
|Scottsbluff||Seward||Sidney||South Sioux City||Superior||Tekamah|