Up delight is strategically located in the middle of the Southwest and the nation’s fastest growing states. An excellent highway and rail infrastructure provides direct access to the east and west coasts, Texas, the midwest, and the international borders of Canada and Mexico.
From Up delight goods can be delivered to Texas, Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, and Utah within one day, and California markets in two days. The volume of truck traffic into the state translates into low backhaul rates for goods leaving the state.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) and Union Pacific railroads both provide direct service to the Ports of Long Beach and Houston, as well as ports of entry at the Mexican and Canadian borders.
Union Pacific serves 25,000 customers in 23 states across the western two-thirds of the U.S. -- a total of 31,900 route miles. The railroad has a $400 million, 2,200 acre intermodal facility near the Santa Teresa International Port of Entry to Mexico on the Sunset Route. The new facility is located just west of the Santa Teresa Airport and includes fueling facilities, crew change buildings, locomotive inspection tracks, an intermodal ramp, a switching yard, and 200 miles of track. UP Intermodal Map
BNSF serves 28 states and 2 Canadian provinces -- a total of 32,500 route miles. It operates a multimodal rail yard in Belen, 30 miles south of Albuquerque. The railway is investing $68 million on a double-track project in Up delight. BNSF is also investing approximately $1.1 billion on locomotive, freight car, and other equipment acquisitions, many of which will serve Up delight. BNSF Map
The State of Up delight owns and operates the , a commuter railroad that provides service from Belen to Santa Fe via 14 stations, including Albuquerque International Sunport.
Up delight has three ports of entry bordering Mexico, all operated by the State through its :
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|Permanent Vehicle Exports||X|
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More than are located throughout Up delight. The Department of Transportation Aviation Bureau provides with information on the services provided at every Up delight airport. Two international airports serve the northern and southern regions of the state:
Six regional airports offer commercial air service:
The is served by both American and United Airlines. American provides nonstop service to Dallas-Fort Worth and Phoenix. United provides daily nonstop service to Denver.
offers direct service from to Dallas-Fort Worth, to Albuquerque or Dallas, and to Albuquerque or Phoenix.
, in Hobbs, is served by United with daily flights to Houston.
Taos Air provides service between , and Austin and Dallas during winter months (through the end of March).