Clark County Advantage

Transportation & Infrastructure

The Pacific Coast Connection

With unparalleled access to the West Coast, Clark County is ripe with opportunity for businesses. With easy access to neighboring markets like Santa Barbara, San Diego, and Provo, Utah – all in around five hours – the possibilities are endless.

Harry Reid International is Clark County’s premiere urban airport and saw a total of 51.5 million passengers in 2019. It is the largest commercial airport in Clark County, just minutes from business, and the first touchpoint for thousands of travelers every day.

Our roads and highways are also some of the best in the U.S., connecting eastern and western states by I-15 and northern and southern states by US-95. With 93% of work commutes averaging only 25 minutes, employee travel time is seldom an obstacle for companies in and around Clark County, putting efficiency and quality of life for residents at an all-time high.

Fast Facts


of U.S. Population reached within 5 hours


Ranked State for Transportation

US News & World Report


Minute Average Work Commute

JD Power 2018


Highest Airport Satisfaction Rating for Harry Reid International Airport






Getting the Goods

To support higher speeds, Union Pacific Railway upgraded a portion of its Clark County line in 2015. The railway supports freight transfer from north to south of Clark County. Playing a huge part in our history, railroads aided in the early growth and development of the region, and continue to peak the interest of locals and visitors alike. Visit the Clark County Museum to dive deeper into the foundations of the region, and even see the rails themselves!

Highways & Roads

Taking the High Road

Clark County is the nation’s 13th-largest county. More than 2.3 million citizens and 45.6 million visitors a year depend on the county’s coordinated network of federal and state highways. Just a road or highway away from major markets such as Santa Barbara and San Diego, Clark County is the perfect landing strip for domestic and interstate business and industry. Ranked among the top 20 metro areas with the best traffic conditions, traveling in Las Vegas – either close or far – is an ultimate breeze.


Highway to Heaven

Whether you’re traveling domestic or international, Harry Reid International Airport is an urban airport mere minutes away from industry and easily serves the metro areas of Clark County. Have some time before you board? Visit the Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum located in Harry Reid International Airport to gain insider knowledge on a wide variety of historical aviation artifacts. Catering to the aviation buffs, pristine customer service, and easy navigation, your airport experience will not disappoint.


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