Transportation in Rugby



 The Rugby Municipal Airport services local air traffic for personal and agricultural use. The runway measures 3,604' long by 60' wide which allows only small prop planes for takeoff and landing. According to the FFA Information, the airport has 14 aircrafts based on site. These aircrafts account for roughly two thirds of the flights in and out of the airport. Rugby's airport is a great traveling source.



 Rugby, North Dakota has its own train station.The railway runs east to west from Minot to Devils Lake, and there is also a spur line that splits to the north that runs to Willow City and Bottineau. The City of Rugby is currently serviced by the BNSF. The east - west railroad is a major distribution line for BNSF and services the Rugby Farmers Union Elevator. This railroad is used very often and is one of the main advantages of Rugby.  

Highway Distribution


 Rugby lies along both the North Dakota Highway 3 and the U.S Highway 2. The US Highway 2 runs east and west and connects to Minot and Devils Lake. ND Highway 3 runs north and south and connects to Harvey and Dunseith. These are the main highways that service Rugby, and are maintained by the NDDOT. These two highways make traveling less difficult as they are easy access to everyone.