PORT OF MUSKOGEE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT | 216 West Okmulgee, Muskogee, OK | 918.683.2816 | Fax: 918.683.2110 | brien@muskogeeport.com
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Muskogee is located in northeast Oklahoma within the heart of the NAFTA and wind corridors.  Truely an intermodal city, Muskogee offers all modes of transportation with access to interstates, inland seaports, international airports and an extensive railway system.

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National Highway Map
Muskogee's central location provides for sameday delivery to 26 of the 50 states, over 81 million people and overnight delivery to all 48 of the mainland states, more than 94 percent of the nation's population via the interstate system.

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Regional Highway Map
45 minutes southeast of Tulsa, Muskogee is situated directly on US-69 with access to I-40, 20 minutes to the south; I-44, 40 miles to the north; and I-35, 130 miles to the west.  A population of nearly 28 million is within a 350 mile radius.

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County Highway Map
Muskogee has a population of 38,863 and a county population of 70,303. A population of 153,087 is within a 30 minute drive. The average commute time of a Muskogee worker is 16.4 minutes; 35% less than the national average.

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Regional Ports Map
The Port of Muskogee is situated along the 445-mile long McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, the nation’s most inland, all-weather waterway offering direct barge access to the Gulf of Mexico.

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County Ports Map
Strategically located at the confluence of the Arkansas, Grand, and Verdigris Rivers, the Port of Muskogee provides an economical method for shipping a variety of bulk products anywhere in the world.

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Port of Muskogee Map
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Regional Railroad Map
Class 1 Railroads (UP, BNSF and KCS) have direct connections between Oklahoma, most of the U.S., Canada and Mexico.  Grain bound for export moves through the state, as well as coal bound for southern power plants. Oklahoma wheat, cement and aggregates are shipped out of the state.

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County Railroad Map
Muskogee is served by the two largest rail carriers in the US – Union Pacific Railroad and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad.  The UP main line, connecting Chicago and Houston, goes through Muskogee. UP hauls BNSF freight from Tulsa to Muskogee on shared track.

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Regional Airports Map
Tulsa International Airport is located 45 minutes northwest of Muskogee and accommodates international air travel with 95% of the U.S. population within a 2.5 hour flight time.

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County Airports Map
Muskogee offers air service via Davis Field Airport located 4 miles south of Muskogee. The 7,200 ft. lighted runway can accommodate all heavy air traffic and provides full service capabilities including all fuels, hangar space and aircraft maintenance.

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Davis Field Airport Map
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The Muskogee Business Development office is located at 216 West Okmulgee in downtown Muskogee, Oklahoma.