Arkansas to Washington freight shipping

Freight shipping from Arkansas to Washington is easier than ever with FreightCenter. Our simple quoting and booking process will enable you to get instant freight rates from all the top shipping companies and start booking your freight shipments in a few short minutes. FreightCenter makes it affordable to ship freight from Arkansas to Washington by LTL, Truckload, Rail, or Intermodal with our guaranteed competitive freight rates.

 Arkansas is made up of seventy-five counties in the state. There are also five hundred and one municipalities. Seven hundred and twenty-seven special districts and two hundred thirty-nine school's districts are in Arkansas. Each county maintains their own law enforcement and county jail. The counties also maintain a county judge and executive officer's roles. Here are the counties in Arkansas listed by population.

Pulaski County (population more than three hundred eighty-two thousand)

Benton County (population more than two hundred twenty thousand)

Washington County (population more than two hundred three thousand)

Sebastion County (population more than one hundred twenty-five thousand)

Faulkner County (population more than one hundred thirteen thousand)

Saline County (population more than one hundred seven thousand)

Craighead County (population more than ninety-six thousand)

Garland County (population more than ninety-six thousand)

Jefferson County (population more than seventy-seven thousand)

White County (population more than seventy-seven thousand)

Lonoke County (population more than sixty-eight thousand)

Crawford County (population more than sixty-one thousand)

Pope County (population more than sixty-one thousand)

Crittenden County (population more than fifty thousand)

Mississippi County (population more than forty-six thousand)

Miller County (population more than forty-three thousand)

Greene County (population more than forty-two thousand)

Union County (population more than forty-one thousand)

Baxter County (population more than forty-one thousand)

Boone County (population more than thirty-six thousand)

Independence County (population more than thirty-six thousand)

Hot Springs County (population more than thirty-two thousand)

St. Francis County (population more than twenty-eight thousand)

Carroll County (population more than twenty-seven thousand)

Ouachita County (population more than twenty-six thousand)

Cleburne County (population more than twenty-five thousand)

Johnson County (population more than twenty-five thousand)

Poinsett County (population more than twenty-four thousand)

Columbia County (population more than twenty-four thousand)

Clark County (population more than twenty-two thousand)

Hempstead County (population more than twenty-two thousand)

Logan County (population more than twenty-two thousand)

Yell County (population more than twenty-two thousand)

Ashley County (population more than twenty-one thousand)

Phillips County (population more than twenty-one thousand)

Conway County (population more than twenty-one thousand)

Polk County (population more than twenty thousand)

Arkansas County (population more than nineteen thousand)

Drew County (population more than eighteen thousand)

Franklin County (population more than eighteen thousand)

Jackson County (population more than seventeen thousand)

Randolph County (population more than seventeen thousand)

Cross County (population more than seventeen thousand)

Grant County (population more than seventeen thousand)

Lawrence County (population more than seventeen thousand)

Van Buren County (population more than seventeen thousand)

Sharp County (population more than seventeen thousand)

Sevier County (population more than seventeen thousand)

Marion County (population more than sixteen thousand)

Clay County (population more than sixteen thousand)

Madison County (population more than fifteen thousand)

Lincoln County (population more than fourteen thousand)

Howard County (population more than thirteen thousand)

Izard County (population more than thirteen thousand)

Little River County (population more than thirteen thousand)

Desha County (population more than thirteen thousand)

Stone County (population more than twelve thousand)

Fulton County (population more than twelve thousand)

Chicot County (population more than eleven thousand)

Bradley County (population more than eleven thousand)

Pike County (population more than eleven thousand)

Scott County (population more than eleven thousand)

Perry County (population more than ten thousand)

Lee County (population more than ten thousand)

Montgomery County (population more than nine thousand)

Nevada County (population more than eight thousand)

Prairie County (population more than eight thousand)

Cleveland County (population more than eight thousand)

Newton County (population more than eight thousand)

Searcy County (population more than eight thousand)

Monroe County (population more than eight thousand)

Dallas County (population more than eight thousand)

Lafayette County (population more than seven thousand)

Woodruff County (population more than seven thousand)

Calhoun County (population more than five thousand

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Washington freight shipping

Washington Freight Shipping MapWashington is located in the Pacific Northwest and borders both the Pacific Ocean and Canada. Much of the terrain consists of rugged mountain ranges. Agriculture is a major industry in the state, which also boasts an extremely busy international port. Heavy snows during the winter can close some mountain passes, making some roads difficult to travel during these months. An extended network of waterways allows for Washington freight to move by water when possible. Most rail lines also connect to the busy ports, allowing for Washington shipping rates to remain low and reasonable. LTL freight is usually affordable due to the volume of goods moving through the state.