Transportation Profile

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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.

aerial of airportAir Service

General aviation and corporate aircraft needs are met by Albany 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.


Albany Transit StationRail Service

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.