Craig connections—speed, convenience, and coverage.
Just 3.5 hours from Denver and less than 5 hours from Salt Lake City, Craig offers a prime shipping position in Colorado’s Great Northwest, along with the multi-modal logistics for cost-effective delivery.
Highway: U.S. Highway 40 and Colorado State Highway 13 intersect in Craig, offering north-south/east-west reach that includes connections to two major commercial corridors—I-70 to the south and I-80 to the north. While it provides easy access to Denver, I-70 also connects to major metro markets across the middle of America like St. Louis, Indianapolis, Columbus, and Pittsburgh; I-80 offers complete transcontinental reach from the east to the west coasts, and passes within 10 miles of Chicago, Cleveland, and New York City.
Class I Rail: While the first rail service came to Craig in the early 1900s, recent improvements brought a short line connection to Union Pacific Class I rail, and, through UP, service shippers have access to blanket coverage of domestic markets west of the Mississippi River.
Air: The Craig-Moffat County Airport supports general aviation, and, just 17 miles away, the Yampa Valley Regional Airport provides cargo and commercial service by six major carriers offering dozens of direct flights to major metros including the hub locations of Denver, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, and Atlanta.