Driving Automotive Innovation in the Central U.S.

The Northeast Oklahoma Automotive Corridor offers:

Available land: 9,000 acres of industrial land, including megasites, ready for development.

Central location: Each site offers quick access to the most inland, ice-free ports, Class I railroads, and major highways and interstates.

Strong workforce: With a population of more than 1 million people, northeast Oklahoma has a highly skilled workforce available.


Oklahoma is the No. 1 electric vehicle-friendly state.

Tulsa’s cost of living is 13.8% below the national average.

Northeast Oklahoma has 424,189 college students enrolled in a 200-mile radius at any given time.

Available Sites

MidAmerica Industrial Park

Located in Pryor, Oklahoma, MidAmerica Industrial Park is the 8th largest industrial park in the world and is the future home of electric vehicle manufacturer Canoo’s first mega microfactory. More than 80 firms are located within the industrial park, including operations of seven Fortune 500 companies. More information.

Tulsa Port of Catoosa

Located at the head of navigation for the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System in Northeast Oklahoma, it is one of the largest, most inland river-ports in the United States. It includes a 2,500 acre industrial park, barge port and rail transload facility. More information.

Tulsa Port of Inola

Tulsa Port of Inola has a 2,200-acre industrial park with rail and future barge transportation access. Available sites range from 40 acres to 1,500 acres for industrial, manufacturing, and transportation development. More information.

Claremore Industrial Park

The Claremore Industrial Park has 200+ acres available, including 100 acres of shovel-ready land and is just 30 minutes from downtown Tulsa. More information.

Creek 51 Business Park

Creek 51 is site-ready certified by the Oklahoma Department of Commerce. It is located in Broken Arrow — just minutes from Tulsa — with quick access to Highway 75 and I-244, and the Tulsa Port of Catoosa. More information.

Port of Muskogee

1,574 acres of industrial land are available for development. The Port of Muskogee provides high quality industrial roads and utilities, railroad facilities for Class 1 interchange, cargo transfer and storage, and industrial sites available for long-term lease. More information.

Okmulgee Area Development

Okmulgee has four industrial/business parks with over 761 acres available and ready for development. Located on U.S. Highway 75, Okmulgee is just 35 miles south of Tulsa. More information.


OmniTRAX and Sand Springs have two rail-served sites totaling about 25 acres. OmniTRAX Industrial Development team works with local, regional and state economic development partners in the areas where we operate to identify optimal rail-served sites. Rail-Ready Sites are designed to create certainty, speed-to-market and due diligence for our customers. More information.

Mingo Development Area

The Mingo Development Area, near Tulsa International Airport, has 204 acres immediately available and 279 acres total. The area is zoned IM and has quick access to Hwy 169. More information.

Pine/Yale Development

The development is approximately 29 acres and is adjacent to a rail-served property (Base Inc.) The BNSF railroad provides daily rail service to Base. The site is less than 2 miles from the Tulsa International Airport, Interstate 244 and Highway 11. 

Robson East

Robson East is a proposed 1,000+ acre industrial park that is part of a larger 18,000 acres of landholdings in northeast Oklahoma. The site offers easy access to Creek Turnpike, I-44, I-244, & US-169.



Recent News

Canoo chooses northeast Oklahoma for mega microfactory

Oklahoma is helping drive EV and other automotive businesses forward

Tulsa company sees potential growth in electric vehicle industry in Oklahoma

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