Tulsa has the infrastructure necessary to support global businesses and a growing economy. Northeast Oklahoma is home to growing industries like manufacturing, aerospace and cybersecurity in addition to major Fortune 500 companies - Google, Amazon, NGL Energy Partners and American Airlines. Even with hundreds of businesses expanding and more than $1 billion being recently invested into Tulsa, we have one of the shortest commute times in the country and room for growth. 


Utility providers in the Tulsa region offer affordable, state-of-the-art services/infrastructure to businesses and homeowners alike.


It’s easy to see why Tulsa has the nation’s second-fastest commute for a big city, at 20 minutes on average. For those who would rather ditch their cars, Tulsa Transit bus service provides curb-to-curb transportation. Aero, the city’s new BRT, connects riders and commuters to destinations along the vibrant Peoria corridor. Ridesharing services also make getting around on the go a breeze. Whether you’re headed to work, school, or a night out with friends, we have options.


  • Home to Tulsa International Airport 
  • Tulsa International offers direct flights to 17 cities with an average 55+ departures per day
  • Three freight carriers


  • Two mainline carriers
  • Three short line carriers
  • Area switching services and piggyback facilities
  • Serves major industrial parks including Tulsa Port of Catoosa



  • Central location for major distribution centers
  • Access to I-44, I-40 & I-35
  • One- to two-day delivery time to major cities in West, South and Central region
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