Transportation Infrastructure in Adams County
Our robust transportation infrastructure opens convenient pathways to key markets
Getting You From Point A to Point B
Adams County offers significant transportation advantages for importing and exporting goods through seamless access to regional, national and international markets in Spokane, Seattle and beyond.
The US 395 Interchange at Ritzville is a key asset in Adams County, and connects the main thoroughfare through the county to I-90, Highway 21, Highway 26 and the many transportation hubs that dot the interstate.
Traffic is light throughout Adams County, and trucks can easily access regional hubs in Seattle and Tacoma in under 3 hours.
Railway Transport Advantages
Adams County is a certified class 1 rail system. The county is a short 1.5 hour drive to the intermodal station in Spokane where I-90, Spokane International Airport, and area railways converge to quickly move freight to key markets in Seattle, Canada, China, and other international ports of trade.
With a Columbia Basin Railroad short line rail network and full port system in Othello and BNSF Class 1 Mainline rail traveling through Lind and Ritzville, Adams County is able to support businesses both small and large in a wide range of sectors.
Adams County Airports Provide Easy Access to Domestic and Foreign Markets
Adams County is home to three airports located in Lind, Othello, and Ritzville. In additional, Spokane International Airport, is under an hour and a half away.
Considering expanding or relocating to Adams County? Contact us to receive detailed information about how your business will benefit from our excellent transportation infrastructure.