The West Valley’s transportation infrastructure and connectivity to other markets is unparalleled in Arizona. Our road, rail and air transportation capabilities enable the West Valley to be uniquely positioned for economic activity. The West Valley is located less than 5 hours from the largest U.S. ports of import (Los Angeles and Long Beach), making the region an excellent location for national and international activity.
The West Valley is uniquely positioned to service the California market. Increased access to booming municipalities in the Northwest Valley with the development of the Loop 303 enable those areas to create a new commercial corridor. The prospect of Interstate 11 would place the West Valley in the center of a new corridor connecting Canada and Mexico.
The West Valley is serviced by two major rail lines, Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR), and Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF), making the region optimal for rail cargo activity.
The West Valley is a straight shot on I-10 to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport – one of the top ten busiest airports in the country. Sky Harbor flies nonstop to more than 80 domestic locations and 120 international destinations. Further, the West Valley boasts six airports with economic development strategies in place.