All roads lead to Midlothian
A solid transportation network is just one of the many advantages enjoyed by businesses located in Midlothian, Texas. With four-lane highways, service by two major rail companies, and access to international and regional airport facilities, transportation-heavy businesses gain a competitive advantage by locating in Midlothian.
Centrally located, Midlothian is at the intersection of two major U.S. highways, Hwy 67 and Hwy 287, and less than 30 minutes from four interstate highways, I-20, I-35E, I-35W & I-45.
Not only does Midlothian’s southern location to the DFW Metroplex promise lower traffic volume and less congestion, it also ensures that companies will benefit from efficient access to critical markets.
Centrally located to access major rail facilities throughout the region, Midlothian touts a dynamic railway advantage among other markets. Both Burlington Northern/Santa Fe (BNSF) and Union Pacific serve RailPort Business Park, Midlothian’s 1,600-acre development, which offers heavy industrial, light commercial, and foreign trade-zone options
Home to the nation’s second largest railroad system, the Lone Star State is connected with more than 14,361 miles of track, and its railroad system maintains more rail miles than any other state.
With an international airport, regional airport, and general aviation all within less than 30 miles, air travel and freight is easily accessible from Midlothian. Our community within the DFW Metroplex supports industrial, distribution, and retail development, in addition to being one of the most logistics-friendly locations in the U.S.
Midlothian is just 32 miles from DFW International Airport and 31 miles from Dallas Love Field Airport. Closer to home, Mid-Way Regional Airport is a short 12 miles from RailPort Business Park. Located on Highway 287 between Midlothian and Waxahachie, the airport features a 6,500-foot runway, an 8,000-square-foot terminal building, and 61 aircraft rental hangars.