North Dakota to Washington freight shipping

Freight shipping from North Dakota 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 North Dakota to Washington by LTL, Truckload, Rail, or Intermodal with our guaranteed competitive freight rates.

North Dakota freight shipping

North Dakota Freight Shipping Map

North Dakota Maintains and operates seven US Highways and many State Highways. The US highways make up over fifteen hundred miles in the state. These highways are represented by a white shield on a black boarder. These are the North Dakota US Highways,

US 2 Runs from Williston to Grand Forks

US 10 Runs from West Fargo to Moorhead

US 12 Runs from Haynes to Haynes

US 52 Runs from Portal to Fargo

US 81 Runs from Hankinson to Pembina

US 83 Runs from Hague to Westhope

US 85 Runs from Hague to Fortuna

 North Dakota’s state highways have signage with the state name on a black background. These state highways make up the rest of the major roads within the state. North Dakota’s highway system is critical for transporting goods and supplies throughout the state. The trucking industry uses these routes every day to service every county and city. Our freight quote tool will help you locate and save money. The results will let you chose from all available carriers servicing North Dakota.

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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.