Lubbock is located between two major east-west interstates, Interstate 20 and Interstate 40, and is connected to them via Interstate 27. Whether one is traveling inside the city or venturing beyond, the Lubbock area’s transportation infrastructure is quick and accessible. Major locations in the city can be accessed easily with Loop 289 or the Marsha Sharp Freeway, which connects the main thoroughfares in all directions.
The Lubbock District of the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) plans, designs, builds, operates and maintains the state transportation system in the following counties: Bailey, Castro, Cochran, Crosby, Dawson, Floyd, Gaines, Garza, Hale, Hockley, Lamb, Lubbock, Lynn, Parmer, Swisher, Terry and Yoakum. Its extensive system of roads makes it easy to navigate within the South Plains area.
There are 26 truck freight carriers located in Lubbock . These include both inter- and intra-state services. Lubbock has developed into a regional warehousing and distribution center due to its excellent location and interstate highway connections.
Lubbock is served by Citibus, a public transportation service that has fixed routes to all major retail, medical, educational and employment areas within the city. For long distance travel, Greyhound services a location in Lubbock.