Interstate 11

Interstate 11 is a critical piece of multimodal infrastructure that will support and connect the economies of Arizona and Nevada. It also could be connected to a larger north-south transportation corridor, linking Mexico and Canada. The purpose of I-11 is to provide a high-priority, access-controlled transportation corridor that has the potential to enhance movement of people and freight, facilitate regional connectivity, trade, communications and technology.

Website: I-11 Cooridor Study –

Interstate 10

Sun Corridor – Interstate 10 (I-10) is the southernmost east-west, coast-to-coast Interstate Highway in the United States. It stretches from the Pacific Ocean at State Route 1 (Pacific Coast Highway) in Santa Monica, California to Interstate 95 in Jacksonville, Florida.

A major expansion of Interstate 10 is presently underway that will provide additional lanes in each direction through central Arizona.

Interstate 8

Interstate 8 (I-8) is an Interstate Highway in the southwestern United States. It runs from the southern edge of Mission Bay at Sunset Cliffs Blvd. in San Diego, California, almost at the Pacific Ocean, to the junction with Interstate 10, just southeast of Casa Grande, Arizona. In California, especially from eastern San Diego County to points east, Interstate 8 runs very close to the United States-Mexico border. At points in eastern Imperial County, the border is no more than two miles (3 km) south of the Interstate.

Website: ADOT –


Interstate 10 through the Sun Corridor has been chosen as part of the CANAMEX Trade Corridor in anticipation of being designated as the primary trade corridor for the United States between Canada and Mexico.

Transit Times

From the Pinal Alliance for Economic Growth to:
City Miles Time
Phoenix 48 52 minutes
Tucson 66 1 hour, 10 minutes
Las Vegas 342 5 hours, 36 minutes
San Diego 347 5 hours, 7 minutes
El Paso 383 5 hours, 37 minutes
Los Angeles 421 6 hours, 4 minutes
Albuquerque 513 7 hours, 32 minutes
Nogales, Mexico 134 2 hours

Source: AAA, updated August 2010

Trucking Carriers that serve Pinal Alliance’s region

Nationwide Carriers
Full Truckload- Van
CH Robinson
Knight Transportation
Meadow Lark Transportation
Swift Transportation
Watkins Motor Lines
Werner Enterprises

Full Truckload- Flatbed
American Transport Systems
Arizona Freight Logistics
Meadow Lark Transportation
Sammons Trucking
Transportation Unlimited (broker)
Werner Enterprises
D W Transport

ABF – Arkansas Best Freight, Inc.
Central Freight Lines
Con Way Express
YRC (800)

Regional and Intrastate Carriers
Central Freightlines
DATS Trucking
Central Arizona Freight
Motor Cargo
Old Dominion
Fedex National
Fedex Freight

Reload & Transload Services
(Unloading and delivering the contents of rail cars)
Reload, Inc.
Precision Components, Inc.

Hazardous Materials Transport
Jacobson Transportation
Tri State Motor Transit Company

World Wide Export
Bennett International Group
CH Robinson

Hawaiian Shipments w/ Local Pickup
DHX – Dependable Hawaiian Express

Package Pickup
Tipton Express (local)
Menlo World Wide
Federal Express
United Parcel Service
DHL Worldwide

Source: Seafab, updated August 2010