Find Loads in the Southwest United States
Trucking Rates Per Mile in the Southwest United States
According to DAT Trendlines™, truckers can expect to receive the following trucking rates in the Southwest United States.*
*Rates are based on regional averages and are not exact.
Know Before You Go
Major Roadways in the Southwest United States
Depending on where in the Southwest you’re headed, you may pass over any of the following major roadways in Arizona and New Mexico:
Intermodal Facilities in the Southwest United States
To view intermodal facilities in Arizona and New Mexico, which make up the core of the Southwest, visit our load board pages for both of these states:
The following states are sometimes included in the Southwest region as well, depending on where boundaries are drawn. Visit each of the following pages to locate additional intermodal facilities in the area:
Southwest United States Transportation Statistics
- Failure to invest in critical infrastructure systems in the Southwest could cause the region to lose 126,024 jobs and $134 billion in personal income, as well as see a 42% increase in traffic by 2040.
- Two freeways in Arizona and New Mexico make the list of the top 100 worst freight highway bottlenecks in the country:
- #39: I-10 at I-17 from 51st Ave to SR-143 in Phoenix, Arizona
- #66: I-40 at I-25 in Albuquerque, New Mexico