Huntley’s location provides all the transportation, labor, and utility benefits of being within the Chicago market, AND holds the significant advantage of being located among the lowest cost areas of any major metropolitan city in the Midwest.  Additionally, Huntley's full-access interchange provides retailers and industrial users alike with high visibility sites and easy access to Interstate 90.

30 mile Huntley
Huntley area businesses are located within Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) #176. To learn more about the benefits, visit the Foreign Trade Zone page.

While Huntley claims an excellent roadway network, we are part of something more. Illinois lies at the heart of the nation's interstate highway system. Three coast-to-coast interstates (I-70, I-80, and I-90) pass through Illinois. These are joined by major north-south interstates, including I-39, I-55, and I-57; major east-west interstates that include I-24, I-64, and I-74; as well as I-72, I-94, I-88 and I-155. In all, 2,169 miles of interstate highway serve Illinois. Only two states have more interstate miles.

Huntley is conveniently located within 30 miles of two international airports:
O'Hare International Airport
Chicago Rockford International Airport

In addition to air access at O’Hare and Midway Airports, private air service is also available at the Lake in the Hills Airport.

Chicago is the largest rail hub in the country with more than 1,200 trains passing through it daily carrying 75 percent of the nation's freight valued at $350 billion; 37,500 rail freight cars pass through the City every day projected to increase to 67,000 by 2020. Chicago is the only city where six Class I railroads converge and exchange freight (BNSF, Canadian National, Canadian Pacific, CSX, Norfolk Southern and Union Pacific).

For additional information about rail in Illinois, please select:
Suburban Chicago Intermodal Rail Map 
Illinois Railroad Overview (Association of American Railroads)

Water Transportation
The Port of Chicago remains the link between the inland river system, the Great Lakes and the global marketplace. The Port offers shippers two large multi-ship facilities. The port is also served by 12 railroads and has direct access to Interstates 90 and 94.