Q. How many miles from the Navajo Nation are other major markets?

A. This depends on where your company locates on the Navajo Nation.
  • 160 miles to Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • 270 miles to Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 340 miles to Phoenix, Arizona
  • 470 miles to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • 490 miles to Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 490 miles to Los Angeles, California
  • 500 miles to Denver, Colorado
  • 805 miles to Dallas, Texas
  • 1,472 miles to Chicago, Illinois

    Q. What are the Navajo Nation's major highways?

    A. One major interstate is Interstate-40. I-40, a major east-west interstate, crosses the southern border of the Navajo Nation and provides convenient access to the Navajo reservation. Other truck routes and rail line provide commercial transportation for the reservation.

    Q. What air service is available?

    A. The Window Rock airport serves private corporate jets. Most reservation areas are accessible by small plane. Commuter air services are available to gateway cities in Albuquerque, NM; Phoenix, AZ; and Denver, CO.

    Overnight package services make daily pick-ups and deliveries on the Navajo reservation.

    Q. What Navajo communities are served by rail?

    A. The Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe railway - a main line between Chicago and Los Angeles - serves the Church Rock Industrial Site. A rail spur is available at Church Rock, NM.

    Q. Where are the distribution sites?

    A. For the Navajo Nation, the Church Rock Industrial Site is an ideal site. Church rock is located on a frontage road that is parallel to I-40, providing easy and quick access to the interstate. Church Rock also has a rail spur.

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