Thousands of loads pass through the Midwest daily en route to their final destination, and Convoy’s load board is designed to connect carriers with the best load for their needs.
Find Loads in the Midwest
Trucking Rates Per Mile in the Midwest
Know Before You Go
Major Roadways in the Midwest
A vast network of roadways is necessary to connect the states that make up the Midwest with one another as well as the rest of the United States. Interstate highways running east-west through the Midwest include:
Interstate highways that have their eastern, western, or northern terminus in the Midwest include:
Intermodal Facilities in the Midwest
Numerous intermodal facilities are located throughout the states that make up the Midwest to facilitate the transportation of freight. To view all of the intermodal facilities available in this area, visit our load board pages for the following states:
the Midwest Transportation Statistics
- About 14.6% of public roads in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Indiana, and Illinois are in poor condition.
- Poor road conditions cost Midwestern drivers hundreds of dollars in additional vehicle repairs every year, totaling $9.9 billion overall.
- The U.S. railroad system is highly concentrated in the Midwest, with Illinois having the second most rail mileage and Wisconsin the 14th most in the nation.