Transportation

Access to Manhattan has never been better, with simple, all-direction highway access and expanding airport services for convenience of travel. Free parking at Manhattan Regional Airport makes an additional cost-effective benefit of travel, with recent terminal expansion to triple passenger space that includes two enclosed passenger boarding bridges.

Air Transportation


Five daily flights connect travelers to Chicago O'Hare, Dallas-Fort Worth and subsequent continental U.S. travel. 
Four-lane interstate highway (I-70) makes a quick trip from Kansas City (east) and Salina (west); 4-lane Kansas highways 18 and 77 provide even more easy-to-navigate roads into Manhattan. Van shuttle service to and from Kansas City International Airport is provided at varying times. Pick-up and drop-off service is available at your place of business or residence.

At Manhattan Regional, concrete runways span 7,500 feet and support commercial aircraft as large as a Boeing 757. Air freight service is also available. The airport is adjacent to the Manhattan Business Park. Fly MHK: Manhattan Regional Airport

Truck Transportation


15 common carriers serve Manhattan daily:

  • Two common carriers operate local terminals
  • Several single product haulers service Manhattan
  • Major truck lease companies include Penske and Ryder

Time In Transit From Manhattan


City  Days By Truck  Days By
Train
Atlanta 1 5
Chicago 1 2
Dallas  1
Denver 1 2
Kansas City 1 1
Los Angeles 2 5
Minneapolis 4
New York
St. Louis  1
Seattle 2

Package Services


All nationwide companies provide next day and overnight package service

  • UPS Customer Center, 1133 Hayes Dr.
  • FedEx Ship Center, 809M Levee Dr.

Rail Service


Manhattan is a Union Pacific freight line, which directs lines and spurs into East Manhattan Industrial Park

Highway access


Five miles from Interstate 70. Direct access from U.S. Highway 24, Kansas Highway 177, Kansas Highway 18, Kansas Highway 113.