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There is no better transportation network than that in the Leduc Region. Global market connectivity converges with access to roads, rails, runways, ports and pipelines. Alberta’s highly developed road transportation network provides the trucking industry with excellent access to international corridors.
The region has immediate access to high load corridor and connections to the Canamex Highway Corridor which offers connections to both the USA and Mexico, is linked to North Americas super corridor (NASCO corridor) and the Ports to Plains corridor.
The Cargo Logistics Centre at the Edmonton International Airport and Port Alberta Foreign Trade Zone entry point make the importing, exporting and transportation of goods efficient and easy.
The airport is Canada’s fifth busiest in terms of passenger numbers (nearly eight million in 2015) and its largest in terms of land mass (over 7,000 acres). Edmonton International Airport (EIA) is an emerging aerotropolis with an abundance of recent commercial developments attractive to passengers, airlines, investors and developers.
The Leduc Region is linked by road, rail and pipeline to Canada’s fastest growing seaport, the Prince Rupert, BC seaport.
Access to two railways operated by Canadian National and Canadian Pacific with over 9,600 route kilometers in Alberta.