Transportation Profile


A healthy and well-maintained transportation infrastructure enables business easy access to the rest of the state, the nation and the world. Albany-Millersburg is on Interstate 5, the primary north-south freeway through the state. I-5 has five interchanges through the Albany-Millersburg area and connects to a well-maintained network of state highways.

U.S. Hwy 20 is the primary east-west trade route through Albany and ties the Willamette Valley to the Pacific Ocean to the west and Central Oregon to the east. Oregon Hwy 99E is a major route north-south through Albany with Oregon Hwy 99W a north-south route lying eight miles to the west. Oregon Hwy 34 is another major east-west route which is located five miles south of the city center.

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General aviation and corporate aircraft needs are met byAlbany Municipal Airport, which has easy I-5 access. Portland International Airport is an easy 90 minutes north, offering the services of 17 passenger airlines and 14 cargo carriers.Eugene, Salem, and Corvallis also offer nearby municipal airports with a range of services.


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Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad serve both east-west and north-south connections from Albany-Millersburg. Portland & Western Railroad provides short haul freight lines as does Albany & Eastern Railroad. Amtrak has passenger service north and south from Albany as well.