Find Loads in Nevada

If you’re a freight carrier looking for loads heading through Nevada, Convoy can help.

For more information, read our guide to load boards, and then log in to our mobile app or create an account today to see loads available into or out of Nevada.

Trucking Rates Per Mile in Nevada

DAT Trendlines™ reports that truckers can expect to receive the following trucking rates on average in Nevada*:

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

Know Before You Go

Major Roadways in Nevada

Your freight route in Nevada could include any of the following major roadways:

  • I-11
  • I-15
  • I-80
  • I-580
  • US-60
  • US-50
  • US-93
  • US-95
  • US-395
  • State Route 140
  • State Route 225
  • State Route 291
  • State Route 310
  • State Route 375
  • State Route 376

Intermodal Facilities in Nevada

The following intermodal terminals in Nevada may be helpful in the process of carrying freight around the state:

  • Union Pacific Sparks Railroad Terminal
  • Union Pacific Las Vegas Railroad Terminal

Nevada Transportation Statistics

  • The average Las Vegas driver loses 46 hours annually as a result of being stuck in congested traffic, and drivers in the Reno-Tahoe area lose an average of 18 hours.
  • The United Pacific Railroad is the largest freight carrier in Nevada and owns the 1,193 main freight rail line miles in the state.
  • Nonmetallic materials are the number one commodity originating in the state of Nevada.

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