Transportation

Surrounding Cities Distance  from Brownfield

Lubbock, Texas 40 miles
Amarillo, Texas 160 miles
Midland, Texas 95 miles
Abilene, Texas 175 miles
Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas 360 miles
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 385 miles
Albuquerque, New Mexico 335 miles
El Paso, Texas 305 miles
Austin, Texas 375 miles
Laredo, Texs 485 miles
Houston, Texas 530 miles
Source: Texas Department of Transportation

State Highways

U.S. Highway 385 South leads to Andrews, Odessa, Ft. Stockton 1-10; 385 North leads to Levelland, Vega I-40, Colorado

U.S. Highway 380 East leads to Haskell, Decatur, Denton; 380 West leads to Roswell (NM), San Antonio (NM) 1-25

U.S. Highway 62/82 North leads to Lubbock, 62 North to Childress, 82 East to Wichita Falls; 62 South leads to El Paso, 82 West leads to Artesia (NM)

Highway 137 South leads to Stanton 1-20, Ozona 1-10, Highway 163 to Highway 90 at Del Rio

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Truck Transportation

Most of the nation’s top carriers as well as many independents serve Brownfield. Some of those are: Tex-Pac, Central Freight Lines, Merchants Motor Freight, UPS, TNM&O Freight Lines, Fed-Ex, and DHL.

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Air Transportation

Regional

Lubbock International Airport is only a 40 minute drive from Brownfield and the Midland International Airport is within an hours drive of Brownfield. Both airports are served by major carries such as: American, Delta, Continental, American West and Southwest Airlines. Continental Express, and American Eagle providing direct flights to many regional and metropolitan areas with connections to any destination.

Daily Nonstop Flight Destinations

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Local

The Terry County Airport is owned by Terry County. The airport has two runways, the longest is 5,218 ft. The facility is at an elevation of 3,263 feet and is approximately 5 miles from Brownfield. Airport services include: Fuel – 100LL Jet-A, fuel self service 24 hrs.; parking: hangers and tie-downs; and one public use automobile.

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Rail Transportation

Brownfield is served by Permian Basin Railways, a Shortline rail operation, and is less than an hour away from an interchange point in Lubbock that makes connections with BNSF Railway allowing companies to ship and receive product from anywhere in the world.

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