General Information
One of Brigham City's strengths is a central location in the west with excellent surface transportation access.  Brigham City is adjacent to I-15 on the CANAMEX shipping corridor.  I-15 and I-84 intersect approximately 25 miles south of Brigham City, and approximately 20 miles north of Brigham City.  These interstate highways provide excellent access to the Intermountain Region, the Pacific Northwest, the Southwest, and California.  Brigham City is also located on US Highway 89/91, which provides access to Logan and the Cache Valley area, and Wyoming.

Brigham City is located at the intersection of the Ogden and Malad subdivisions of the Union Pacific Railroad.  Rail service is available for industrial users who need it.  Union Pacific operates an intermodal facility in Ogden, approximately 25 miles south of Brigham City.

Brigham City is a part of the Utah Transit Authority (UTA) which provides bus service from Brigham City to Ogden and the Salt Lake City area.  UTA also operates a commuter rail project known at FrontRunner, with access between Ogden and Salt Lake City.  Brigham City is the planned northern terminus of the FrontRunner commuter rail system.

The Brigham City Municipal Airport has recently been improved and expanded to service all types of corporate aircraft.  The Brigham City Airport is classified as an ARC C-II facility by FAA, with a runway length of 8900 feet and width of 100 feet with full parallel taxiway.  Brigham City is located approximately 60 miles (1 hour travel time) from the Salt Lake International Airport.  Distance to the Ogden-Hinckley Municipal Airport is 25 miles (26 minutes travel time.)  With completion of the FrontRunner commuter rail project and a planned expansion of the TRAX light rail line, this convenient access to commercial air transportation services will be preserved.