The Sioux Falls Regional Airport Joe Foss Field is only fifteen minutes away with 8,000 and 9,000 foot runways. Scheduled airline service is provided by American, Allegiant, Delta, Frontier, and United. Major hub connections are Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver, Dallas/Ft. Worth, and Phoenix. Two FBOs serve the general aviation sector and offer charter services. FedEx, UPS, Airborne, and DHL have airport shipping terminals.
BNSF brings Class 1 rail to the region and truck/rail intermodal service in Sioux Falls. Connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, the Gulf of Mexico, Canada, and Mexico, long distance rail shipping is conveniently close by.
Hartford is strategically located on Interstate 90 providing connections with both the East and West Coasts. Connecting with Interstate 29 just ten miles east of Hartford, direct connections with Canada, and in combination with Interstate 35, Mexico can be made from Hartford. Major cities in these highway corridors are Chicago, Kansas City, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Austin, Omaha, and Winnipeg.
Highway 38 is a direct connection to the rapidly growing area in northwest Sioux Falls. Important destinations in and near this route are University Center and Southeast Technical Institute, two locations for higher learning and job training that are just minutes from Hartford.
Twenty motor carriers can be found in the region. Additionally, more than twenty other companies provide transportation services in the region. Moving materials and finished good is easily accomplished.