Market Access

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​Phoenix is Connected.​

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Phoenix provides connectivity to ​a variety of major markets as well as ease of travel within the Phoenix region. Businesses locating to Phoenix will find all modes of travel easily accessible.

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For more information, please contact

Jazmin Lombera, Research & Marketing Assistant

jazmin.lombera@phoenix.gov

Air

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the main airport serving the Greater Phoenix region and is situated less than 10 minutes from Downtown Phoenix.

In 2018, more than 45 million passengers traveled through Sky Harbor. The airport is also investing roughly $5.7 billion to keep up with gowing travel demand.

Click here to see the Sky Harbor Land Reuse Strategy

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Ground​

Phoenix has a strong ground transportation network with many major freeway/highway systems running through the city, including Interstate 10 which extends from California to Florida. Other freeways and highways ​include:

  • Interstate 17
  • U.S. Route 60
  • State Route 51
  • State Route 143
  • Loop 101
  • Loop 202
  • Loop 303
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Public Transit

​Phoenix also enjoys a new METRO Light Rail which runs from North Phoenix,  through downtown, to Tempe and Mesa in the east. Stations are conveniently located and the trains run every 12-15 minutes. The city also boasts an extensive public bus system reaching all corners of the metro area.

Click here for a map of the Future Transit System.

Visit Valley Metro for more information or the System Map.

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Rail

Phoenix is served by the Union Pacific transcontinental rail line as well as BNSF Railway, offering access to a variety of industrial-zoned properties.

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