Arkansas to West Virginia freight shipping

Freight shipping from Arkansas to West Virginia 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 West Virginia by LTL, Truckload, Rail, or Intermodal with our guaranteed competitive freight rates.

Arkansas is made up of four Primary Interstates and six Auxiliary Interstates. There are two more interstates proposed. I-69 for the primary running one hundred and eighty-five miles from Louisiana to Mississippi. And I-30 for an auxiliary running fourteen miles from I-430 in Little Rock to I-30 in Little Rock. The following are the Primary Interstates in Arkansas,

Interstate 30 or I-30 one hundred forty-three miles running from Texas to Little Rock

Interstate 40 or I-40 two hundred and eighty-four miles running from Oklahoma to Tennessee

Interstate 49 or I-49 one hundred nine miles running from Louisiana to Missouri

Interstate 55 or I-55 seventy-two miles running from Tennessee to Missouri

The Auxiliary Interstates in Arkansas are as follows,

Interstate 430 or I-430 twelve miles running from I-30 in Little Rock to I-40 in Little Rock this route is a bypass

Interstate 440 or I-440 nine miles running from I-30 in Little Rock to I-40 in Little Rock connecting I40 with I-30 and I-530

Interstate 530 or I-530 forty-six miles running from Pine Bluff to Little Rock

Interstate 540 or I-540 fifteen miles running from Fort Smith to Van Buren

Interstate 555 or I-555 forty-nine miles running from Turrell to Jonesboro

Interstate 630 or I-630 seven miles running from i-430 in Little Rock to I-30 in Little Rock

 Interstates are critical to moving goods and products around the state and nation.  Most freight shipping will use these roads when you move materials state to state.

FreightCenter is the leader in cross-country freight shipping.

West Virginia freight shipping

West Virginia Freight Shipping MapWest Virginia is a state located primarily in the Appalachian Mountains. The lowlands see mild winters and hot summers, while the higher elevations are prone to large amounts of snow. The cornerstone of the economy is the coal mining industry. The extensive railroad system formed as a result of the coal industry, and most West Virginia freight moves by rail. Trucking can be difficult in the extremely mountainous areas, and West Virginia freight shipping prices reflect this difficulty. However, there is an extensive highway system in the state. LTL freight shipping can be difficult to find for an affordable price due to the low volume of goods moving through the state.