Highway and Interstate Access
Located just 35 minutes west of Downtown Phoenix, Buckeye is located on a robust transportation corridor. Buckeye provides direct access to the Union Pacific Railroad, Interstate 10, State Route 85, MC 85 and the future Interstate 11 with interconnections to Interstate 8, the new Loop 303 and other major highways.
Access to Key Markets
Given transportation and logistics industry standards for truck travel that favor a one-day drive or less, Buckeye is positioned in a strategic location to manufacture and distribute goods to key markets and intermodal ports.
Buckeye is located along the CANAMEX Corridor and has direct access to Interstate 10, State Route 85, MC 85 and is located a short distance from Interstate 8 and the new Loop 303. The future Interstate 11 is being planned to pass through major parts of Buckeye, which would develop critical north/south transportation access from Mexico to Canada directly through Buckeye and the Sun Corridor.
Direct transportation access such as this will save your company both time and money when moving your product across the county and internationally.
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America’s Premier Railroad
Union Pacific Railroad is the principal operating company of Union Pacific Corporation (NYSE: UNP). One of America’s most recognized companies, Union Pacific Railroad connects 23 states in the western two-thirds of the country by rail, providing a critical link in the global supply chain.
Servicing over 16 miles of industrial and business park property within Buckeye’s Industrial Corridor, the Union Pacific Railroad provides connectivity to the western United States, Canada and is the only railroad servicing all six major Mexico gateways. Furthermore, the Union Pacific owns 2.5 miles of rail served frontage for a planned manifest yard to serve Buckeye and the region. View the State by State Guide to the Union Pacific.
Buckeye Municipal Airport (BXK) is the western-most general aviation airport in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. Located one mile south of Interstate 10 and three miles west of State Route 85, the Airport is equipped with an ideal ground transportation network and is located outside of the Phoenix Sky Harbor Class B airspace. View the City of Buckeye Airport Brochure.