Find Loads in Colorado

Thousands of loads in Colorado require transportation every day, and Convoy’s load board is designed to connect truckers with the best load to meet their needs. Read our guide to load boards to learn more, and then log in or create an account on our mobile app to start browsing Colorado loads.

Trucking Rates Per Mile in Colorado

DAT Trendlines™ indicate that truckers in Colorado can expect to receive*:

*Rates are based on regional averages and are not exact.

Know Before You Go

Major Roadways in Colorado

One or more of the following interstate highways will likely make up your route through Colorado:

  • I-25
  • I-70
  • I-76
  • I-225
  • I-270

Intermodal Facilities in Colorado

Colorado is home to a handful of intermodal terminals, which may be helpful in the transportation of intermodal freight:

Railroad Terminals Address Firms
BNSF – Denver (Irondale) 585 West 53rd Place
Denver, CO 80216
UP – 40th Avenue 4085 York St
Denver, CO 80216
Equipment Depots Address Firms
Complete Container Services/Div. BVD (APL,Hamburg,CMA,OOCL,Chilean Lines) 6515 Delaware St.
Denver, CO 80221
Denver Intermodal Express, Inc. – DIX (Yang Ming,Hapag Lloyd,Horizon Lines,Westwood) 10700 E. 40th Ave.
Denver, CO 80239-3221
Transportation Specialists Ltd. – TSL North (Hyundai, APL, Cosco, NYK, Matson, Zim) 10051 Dallas St.
Henderson, CO 80640
Transportation Specialists, Ltd. – TSL (OOCL,Kline, Hanjin, Evergreen, MSC, Cosco) 9180 Boston St.
Henderson, CO 80640
Drayage Trucking Address Firms
Draymen Serving Colorado Terminals

Colorado Transportation Statistics

  • Three corridors in Colorado make the list of the 100 worst congested corridors in the United States, all of which are located in Denver:
    • #27: I-25 from I-70 to University Boulevard
    • #32: I-70 from I-25 to I-270
    • #36: I-270 from I-25 to I-70
  • On average, a one-way commute in Colorado takes 25.2 minutes. That’s about a minute shorter than the national average, which is 26.4 minutes.
  • 44% of Colorado’s roads are in good condition, but the state still received a C- infrastructure grade for roads in 2020 due to issues such as difficult and costly maintenance (Colorado is home to many mountain passes) and roadway congestion from an influx of new residents.

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