Southern Nevada’s Infrastructure Connectivity

A Globally Connected Business Location

Las Vegas is one of the world’s most famous tourism destinations. Because of this, Las Vegas is one of the most globally connected cities in the United States.

Cities near Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Valley boasts ample air, rail, road, and fiber connections to Pacific and Mountain West. Click the image to get an in-depth look at Las Vegas’s transportation infrastructure and connectivity.


Las Vegas hosts over 40 million visitors per year McCarran International Airport is the 9th busiest airport in North America by passenger volume

Why Las Vegas?

  • Las Vegas has one of the most affordable business climates in the United States while also having easy access to large California markets and ports. From Las Vegas, you can deliver same-day, round-trip trucking to Los Angeles and Phoenix.
  • With one-day rail routes to Salt Lake City and Los Angeles, Southern Nevada offers an excellent distribution point in the Southwest.
  • McCarran International Airport is one of the busiest destination airports in the United States, and we have some of the lowest corporate annual travel costs in the country.
  • Las Vegas boasts first-in-class fiber-optic data connections, making it a national data hub.
  • Las Vegas hosts more than six million convention-goers a year, making it a hub for corporate meetings and events.