Enid offers unparalleled transportation opportunities to get you or your product anywhere in the world with ease. Centrally located on the United States, our integrated transportation system of highways, railroads, airports and inland ports ensures that you can reach every one of your markets and get shipments from suppliers more efficiently.
Located in North Central Oklahoma, Enid is serviced by four-lane divided US Highways 60, 412, 64 and 81. Interstate 35 is 28 miles east of Enid, and Interstate 40 is 60 miles south of Enid. The Cimarron Turnpike (US60 and US412) extends from Tulsa and the Arkansas River Navigation System to the Northwest Passage (Oklahoma City to Colorado corridor). The Chisholm Trail (US81) stretches from Kansas to Texas paralleling, and providing relief for, I-35.
Two major rail carriers, Burlington Northern/Santa Fe and Union Pacific, provide effective service to and from Enid, linking the area to the west coast, the Pacific Rim, and to the NAFTA corridor to Mexico. Amtrak passenger service is available from Oklahoma City to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.
Johnstons Terminal Enid offers direct access to BNSF track/service with reciprocal service from UP. In addition to rail service access Johnston's can offer many track side development sites for material handling, transload facility or co location.
Enid is served by Enid Woodring Regional Airport, a 700 acre facility located 5 miles east of downtown. The airport is an all weather, tower controlled, instrument landing facility capable of handling up to Boeing 737 aircraft. The asphalt runway is 6,249 ft. long and 100 ft. wide. Airport services include a restaurant, hanger facilities, avionics maintenance facilities, FAA Repair Stations, air taxi and aircraft rental. An International Shipping and Receiving area will be added in the near future. Enid is also located within 125 miles of the Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Wichita commercial airports.
Enid, Oklahoma has serveral close ties for access to the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System including Tulsa Port of Catoosa, Johnston's Port 33, and Johnston Terminal Muskogee. Tulsa Port of Catoosa is one of the furthest inland black water ports in the US located at the head of navigation for the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System. The Tulsa Port of Catoosa offers year round, ice-free barge service with river flow levels controlled by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. With worldwide access capabilities, your products can travel easily and efficiently from Enid, Oklahoma to the rest of the globe. Enid is located only 130 miles west of the port and is connected via the Cimarron Turnpike. The Port of Catoosa is serviced by the SK&O and BNSF Railways.
Jonston's Port 33 in Eastern Oklahoma is only 121 miles, or two truck hours, east of Enid via 4-lane, divided highway. The Port of Muskogee is 175 miles, or three truck hours, from Enid and is serviced by Union Pacific Railway.