Ogden City is strategically located for highway, rail, and air access within the western region and the nation. Ogden is at the crossroads of the Canada to Mexico (CANAMEX) shipping corridor. Interstate 15 and Interstate 84 intersect in Ogden and provide access throughout the western United States.
Ogden is the historic home of the meeting of the transcontinental railways, and continues to be a national hub for rail traffic. Union Pacific manages an intermodal hub in Salt Lake City where rail freight can be transferred to truck and distributed throughout the Wasatch Front.
The Ogden Airport provides commercial flights through Allegiant Air as well as general aviation. With anticipated business expansions at the Ogden Airport, it is likely that commercial service will expand. Charter flights are also available at the Ogden Airport and offer convenient service to communities throughout the Western U.S. The Salt Lake International Airport is a 35-minute drive south on Interstate 15 and is also accessible from Ogden by transit.
Utah Transit Authority
The Utah Transit Authority’s mass transit system provides light rail, commuter rail, and bus services along the Wasatch Front. The FrontRunner commuter rail connects Ogden with the entire Wasatch Front. Employers find that the commuter rail expands their access to talent.