Find Loads in South Central United States

Thousands of loads need to be transported into, out of, and within the South every day — and Convoy’s load board is the place to find them.

Read our guide to load boards to learn how our load board — accessible via a mobile app — works and how you can make the most of it. Then create an account or log in today to find a load in the South that meets your needs.

Trucking Rates Per Mile in South Central United States

Wondering how much you’ll make in the South? According to DAT Trendlines™, trucking rates in the South Central United States are currently at*:

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

Know Before You Go

Major Roadways in South Central United States

Any route through the South Central United States is likely to pass over one of the following major interstate highways:

  • I-2
  • I-10
  • I-12
  • I-14
  • I-20
  • I-27
  • I-30
  • I-35
  • I-37
  • I-40
  • I-44
  • I-45
  • I-49
  • I-55
  • I-59
  • I-69

Intermodal Facilities in South Central United States

Intermodal terminals may be of use to anyone carrying intermodal freight throughout the South Central United States. To view intermodal facilities available in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas, which make up the core of this region, visit our load board pages for each of these states:

South Central United States Transportation Statistics

  • Seven cities in the South Central United States make the list of the 50 cities with the worst traffic in the U.S.:
    • #10: Austin, Texas
    • #11: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    • #20: Houston, Texas
    • #25: New Orleans, Louisiana
    • #35: Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas
    • #36: McAllen, Texas
    • #38: San Antonio, Texas
  • The worst freight highway bottleneck in the South is in Austin, Texas on I-35 from Airport Boulevard to Stassney Lane. This is also the fourth worst bottleneck in the U.S.

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