Moncton is at the geographic centre of the Maritimes offering a business advantage in location as a central distribution point for the region.
- Convergence of the highway network, rail lines and regional air service positions Moncton as the geographic transportation "Hub of the Maritimes"
- Approximately 75% of the population of the Maritimes is within a 3 hour drive of Moncton
- The Trans Canada Highway, the principal road network in the region runs through Moncton adjacent to Caledonia Industrial Estates.
- CN’s rail yards and Intermodal System are situated in the city’s west end adjacent to Moncton Industrial Park.
- Several freight transport companies have major terminals in Moncton and in some cases their head office operations
- Moncton has a fog-free airport resulting in fewer weather delays than any other airport in the region. The airport is operated under a locally controlled Greater Moncton Airport Authority. A new airport terminal was opened in October, 2002
- Moncton Airport is served by Air Canada, Porter Airlines, WestJet and United Express
- Purolator Courier, Federal Express and UPS each operate facilities at the Moncton Airport
- Moncton on the Map illustrates the central location of Moncton within the Maritime Provinces and confirms one of Moncton's key advantages for business. Location, location, location.