Find Loads in New England

Countless loads need to be hauled into and out of New England on a daily basis, and Convoy’s load board makes it easier than ever to find them. Read our guide to load boards to get a better idea of how load boards work, and then log in to our mobile app or create an account today to view all loads into or out of New England.

Trucking Rates Per Mile in New England

While rates vary by your exact location, DAT Trendlines™ show that truckers in New England can expect to receive the following trucking rates per mile*:

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

Know Before You Go

Major Roadways in New England

Carrying freight through New England will take you over some of the nation’s oldest transportation systems, including the following interstate highways and U.S. routes:

  • I-84
  • I-89
  • I-90
  • I-91
  • I-93
  • I-95
  • U.S. 1
  • U.S. 2
  • U.S. 3
  • U.S. 4
  • U.S. 5
  • U.S. 6
  • U.S. 7
  • U.S. 20
  • U.S. 44
  • U.S. 201
  • U.S. 202
  • U.S. 302

Intermodal Facilities in New England

Intermodal terminals are available throughout New England to assist carriers transporting intermodal freight. To locate intermodal terminals in New England, visit the load board pages for the following states:

New England Transportation Statistics

The worst freight highway bottleneck in New England is in Hartford, Connecticut on I-84 from SR-2 to Prospect Avenue. This is also the 71st worst bottleneck in the U.S.

While Boston, Massachusetts was ranked as having the worst traffic in the United States in 2019, it dropped to fourth place in 2020, giving the No. 1 spot to New York City.

Get Access to New England Loads

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