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Transportation

Highways

Brownwood is served by U.S. highways - US 67, US 84, US 183, and US 377.

Brownwood is less than 50 miles from I-20 and approximately 100 miles from I-10 & 1-35.

For more maps, visit our Location page.


Trucking / Shipping

YELLOW FREIGHT SYSTEMS INC.
325-643-5662

Central Freight Brownwood
1101 Cherry
Abilene, TX 79602-3906
Toll Free: (800) 299-0606
Phone: (915) 646-9383

UPS Brownwood Terminal
1506 Custer Rd.
Brownwood,TX, 76801
800-742-5877

FedEx Brownwood Terminal
901 N Fisk Ave
Brownwood, TX 76801
(325) 643-1037


Railroad

Brownwood is serviced by the BNSF Railroad and the Fort Worth & Western (FWWR).

BNSF Railroad

Visit their website for information on becoming a customer.


Fort Worth & Western (FWWR)

FWWR operates over 276 miles (444 km) of rail lines, primarily a main line from Carrolton, Texas, to San Angelo Junction, Texas over both leased and owned lines and trackage rights, as well as various short lines in and around the Fort Worth area.

Visit their website for more information.


Airport

Brownwood Regional Airport

 

6240 Airport Road
Brownwood, TX 76801
325.643.1482
http://www.brownwoodtexas.gov/163/Airport
airnav.com/airport/KBWD

 

Brownwood Regional Airport is located on U.S. 183, five miles north of Brownwood. It lies at an elevation of 1,387 feet and covers 1,400 acres. The main runway is 5,600 feet long by 100 feet wide, with VOR/DME/LOC approaches.

The airport has two large commercial hangers, three "T" hangars, a patio-type hangar, a FedEX facility and terminal. The terminal offers airport office services with pilots’ lounge, restroom, snack area, and conference room.

The airport is open weekdays from 7:00 am -8:00 pm and weekends from 7:00 am - 5:00 pm.  After hours, Jet A service available upon request and 100LL is available 24 hours/self-served.

There are 1,150 acres of development space available surrounding the air operation area.

Airport History

The U.S. Government deeded the airport to the City of Brownwood after World War II. During the war, the U.S. Air Force used the airport for training and troop and materials transport.  There is a static display of an F-4 Phantom and an F-111 jet on the airport grounds.

The airport continues to serve the U.S. military. The 21st Calvary Brigade of the III Corp, U.S. Army, utilizes the airport as part of their flight training area for the Apache and Blackhawk helicopters.

Commercial Airports  Miles
Abilene Regional Airport 75
Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport 105
Mathis Field, San Angelo 114
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