Routes to area cities and major roads

(measured from Hwy. 90 between Dayton and Liberty)

  • Beaumont: 35-40 miles via US Hwy. 90E
  • Houston: (Beltway 8) 22-27 miles via US Hwy. 90W
  • Houston (Loop 610 / IH 10 crossing): 30-35 miles via US Hwy. 90W
  • IH 10 @ Mont Belvieu: 15-20 miles via US Hwy. 146S
  • Baytown: 20-25 miles via US Hwy. 146S

Major Highways

  • I-H 10 (east-west) via FM 563 S. or Hwy. 146 S.
  • US 59 (north-south) via FM 1960 W. or SH 321 N. or SH 146 N.
  • US 90 (east-west).

State Highways

  • Hwy 146 (north-south) – load limit 80,000.
  • Hwy 321 (north-south) – load limit 80,000.

Farm-To-Market Roads

  • FM 1960 (east-west). Load limit: 80,000.
  • FM 563 (north-south). Load limit: 54,800.
  • FM 1409 (north-south). Load limit: 54,800.

Motor Freight

  • All freight lines within the Houston commercial zone.

Specialized Freight

  • All major couriers.

Bus Lines

Port Access

  • Regional service through the Port of Beaumont (app. 45 miles from our area) and the Port of Houston (app. 30-35 miles from our area).

Air Service

Located six miles northeast of Liberty at the intersection of FM 2830 and FM 160, the Liberty Municipal Airport is situated within a one hour drive of either Bush Intercontinental Airport or Hobby Airport in Houston. Open seven days a week for general aviation use, Liberty Municipal Airport is equipped with a 3801 by 75 ft. hard surface lighted runway and features instrument approaches, 20 t-hangars, a terminal building with pilot’s lounge, clean restrooms, a flight planning room with access to nationwide weather information, Wi-Fi service, a courtesy car, 24-hour keyless entry access and 24-hour self-serve 100LL Avgas.

Additional airport information can be found at Prices for local aviation fuel can be found here (use airport code T78 or zip code 77575). Contact: 936.587.4150.

Information for Bush Intercontinental Airport, Hobby Airport and Ellington Field in Houston can be found at the Houston Airport System website:

Rail Service

Union Pacific, Burlington Northern and Santa Fe have main service through Liberty and Dayton, resulting in an excellent location for an east-west connection. South of Dayton is the Gulf Inland Logistics Park and CMC Railroad, with 585 acres located within Foreign Trade Zone 171. Direct access is available to US Highway 90 (east-west) and Highway 146 (north-south). Two Class 1 rail carriers are featured – the BNSF Railway and Union Pacific Railroad.

Foreign-Trade Zone

Part of FTZ 171 is situated within Liberty County. FTZ 171 was originally approved by the Foreign-Trade Zones Board on January 4, 1991 and has been expanded several times since. Information on FTZ 171 can be found by searching the Federal Register website.