A Sophisticated Regional & National Transportation Network
Within a 350-mile radius there are more than 32 million people and the numbers keep growing. It is easy to understand why companies are choosing Kingman to supply the Southwestern Region of the Country.
More than 40,000 vehicles pass by Kingman on a daily basis via Interstate 40 and State Route 95. The City of Kingman’s Public Works Division maintains the transportation system in the City of Kingman, ensuring the safe and efficient movement of people and goods. Kingman’s Municipal Airport, is another fundamental piece of Kingman's transportation network. It serves many Industrial and Aviation Businesses that operate Throughout Mohave County, The City of Kingman and the Kingman Industrial Park.
Interstate & Highway Infrastructure
With a dynamic highway infrastructure in place, Kingman benefits from a well-connected system of interstates, state routes, and surface arterials. Completed and current ramp and interchange development projects on Interstate 40 and future Interstate 11 will result in an improved multi-modal transportation system.
The Kingman Army Airfield, which serves today as the Kingman Airport and Industrial Park (IGM) was founded at the beginning of WWII as one of the Nation's largest aerial gunnery training bases. After the war, the Kingman Airfield served as one of the largest reclamation sites for obsolete military aircraft. Today, the airport spans 4,000 acres and has two active runways; the primary runway is just under 7,000 feet in length by 150-feet wide, and the secondary runway is also just under 7,000 feet in length by 75-feet wide.
The Kingman Terminal Railroad (“KGTR”) operates over 3 track miles in the Kingman Airport & Industrial Park located in Kingman, Arizona. The Kingman Airport & Industrial Park is a 1,100-acre industrial park situated along historic Route 66, five miles from Interstate 40 and Highway 93. The KGTR serves the interchanges with Class I carrier BNSF at Kingman.