Hub of Southern Colorado

Pueblo is known as the “hub of southern Colorado” and offers multiple options for shipping and receiving products and raw materials as well as hassle-free business and personal travel with a lack of congestion.

Major Highway & Interstate

The city is served by Interstate Highway 25 which runs north and south from the Wyoming border to the New Mexico border. I-25 links Pueblo with other major business and industrial centers including Ft. Collins, Denver and Colorado Springs.

Highway 50 is Pueblo’s primary east and west highway and links the city from the southeastern to the western part of the state and continues through adjoining states.  Numerous truck lines and national delivery companies serve the city’s business community.

Travel Time

Pueblo, Colorado is centrally located in the State of Colorado.

Travel To Time
Colorado Springs, CO 42 min
Denver, CO 1.5 hrs
Cheyenne, Wyoming 3 hrs
Albuquerque, New Mexico 4.5 hrs
Topeka, Kansas 11.5 hrs
Salt Lake City, Utah 11.5 hrs
Dallas, Texas 14 hrs


Two major railroads provide freight service for local businesses, the Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Union Pacific-Southern Pacific.


Flying as United Express and Frontier Express, Great Lakes Airlines offers residents and visitors regularly scheduled flights to and from Denver from Pueblo Memorial Airport. Allegiant Air offers direct flights  from Pueblo to Las Vegas, Nevada with additional flight destinations being provided in the near future.

More than a half dozen major airlines serve Colorado Springs Municipal Airport just 40 minutes away with flights to multiple U.S. destinations.

Denver International Airport  is only 1.75 hours away with numerous national and international airlines flying routes throughout the country and the world.