FreightCenter is here to help you ship freight from Alaska to Wisconsin, making the process faster than ever. In just a few short minutes, you can begin booking your freight shipments with our direct booking and quoting system which enables you to receive instant freight rates from our top shipping companies. At FreightCenter, we assure you that the procedure will be effortless as you ship freight from Alaska to Wisconsin by rail, truckload, intermodal and LTL.
Alaska maintains and operates twelve US routes. Most routes are referred to as names rather than numbers. Many of the roads in Alaska have no numbers at all. Mileposts are more commonly used for markers. Interstate and route shields are seldom posted along highways if at all. Highways may also be referred to by their general direction. These are the twelve official Alaskan Routes,
Alaskan Route 1 Runs from Tok to Homer
Alaskan Route 2 Runs from Canada to Manley Hot Springs
Alaskan Route 3 Runs from Glenn Highway to Fairbanks
Alaskan Route 4 Runs from Valdez to Delta Junction
Alaskan Route 5 Runs from Alaska Highway to Eagle
Alaskan Route 6 Runs from Fox to Circle
Alaskan Route 7 Runs from Haines to Canada
Alaskan Route 8 Runs from Paxson to Cantwell
Alaskan Route 9 Runs from Seward to Tern Lake Junction
Alaskan Route 10 Runs from Richardson Highway to Chitina
Alaskan Route 11 Runs from Elliot Highway to Deadhorse
Alaskan Route 98 Runs from Skagway to Canada
The only access to Alaska from the lower forty-eight states is from the Alaskan Highway. This highway is also known as the Alcan. It starts in Dawson Creek, British Columbia and ends in Delta Junction, Alaska. It is over one thousand five hundred miles long. Freight trucking carriers use this route every day to service Alaska from the rest of the US and Canada.
A large portion of the state is constructed of flat plains and agriculture plays an important role in the economy. Wisconsin is a Midwestern state located on the Great Lakes. Dairy products are quite an important part of Wisconsin's economy and culture. Wisconsin freight shipping can be found for the best prices in the more industrial areas. Locations that contain higher freight prices tend to be in remote areas and freight shipping can be hard to find. Wisconsin freight also moves via rail and water over the great lakes, but demand for shipping is considered low. LTL freight is least expensive in the industrial centers. Wisconsin has a low population density, which leads to a low volume of goods traveling through the state.