FreightCenter guarantees competitive freight rates as we make it inexpensive to ship freight by rail, LTL, truckload, or intermodal from Alabama to New Jersey. In only a few short minutes, our easy to use quoting and booking process will authorize you to access immediate freight rates from all our leading shipping companies and start booking your freight shipments. With the help of FreightCenter, freight shipping is executed easier than ever.
Alabama maintains and operates nineteen US highways. It also has over two hundred and fifty state highways. The US highways make up over three thousand eight hundred and two miles in the state. These highways are represented by a white shield on a black boarder. These are the top five longest Alabama US Highways,
US 31 Runs from Spanish Fort to Ardmore (three hundred and eighty-six miles)
US 241 Runs from Dothan to Fisk (three hundred and fifty-nine miles)
US 43 Runs from Prichard to Green Hill (three hundred and fifty miles)
US 431 Runs from Prichard to Fisk (three hundred and forty-one miles)
US 231 Runs from Florida State Line to Fisk (three hundred thirty miles)
Alabama’s state highways are also referred to as state routes. These state routes will range from over three hundred and seventy-five miles to just one half a mile. Alabama’s highway system is crucial for transporting supplies throughout the state. Freight trucking carriers use these routes every day to service every county and city in the US. Use our freight quote to help you locate an available carrier and save money. Your results will allow you to choose from all available carriers servicing Alabama.
The state of New Jersey is a small state located along the Atlantic coast. Freight rates and railroad systems here are quite affordable because of the coastal location and convenient international ports. A majority of the industry and economy as well as manufacturing of pharmaceuticals have leaked into the busy state of New Jersey. LTL freight shipping can be found for some of the cheapest prices in the country because of international airports and broad road networks. New Jersey freight shipping is usually quite busy and the large volume of goods makes the price of rail freight very cost effective.