Kingman is located in the heart of the Southwest uniquely positioned as growing major western manufacturing, distribution and trade center. It's central location provides easy access to all points east, west, south and north.
Convenient access to air, rail and ground transportation makes Kingman a great place to do business. Approximately 60% of all goods
shipped from the Los Angeles ports pass through Kingman.
Kingman is at the intersection
of I-40, Highway 93, Historic Route 66 and the Santa Fe rail system. I-
40 passes right through town and stretches from Chicago to Los Angeles and is the heaviest commercially
traversed Interstate in the nation. Highway 93, the designated NAFTA free
trade route, connecting Canada with Mexico.
Highway 68 is a direct connection to Laughlin, Nevada. Highway 93 connects Kingman to Phoenix to Las Vegas and it is
projected that by the year 2017 over 4,200 commercial trucks per day will
travel on Highway 93. The new bridge over the Colorado River at the Hoover Dam has reduced the travel time for everyone.