Highways

Auburn is located at the junction of U.S. Highway 75 and U.S. Highway 136. There are no local road restrictions. Interstate 29 (north-south) is 13 miles east of Auburn and Interstate 80 (east-west) is 65 miles north. U.S. Highway 2 (east-west), a four-lane highway, is 20 miles north.

Rail

Auburn is served by a main line of the Union Pacific Railroad with six freight trains daily. Switching is performed by a local switch crew. For further information regarding Union Pacific Railroad, contact Cheryl Schow at (308) 289-1911 or visit https://www.up.com/aboutup/contact/index.htm.

Amtrak provides Lincoln, 69 miles northwest of Auburn, with rail passenger service throughout the United States. Additional Nebraska Amtrak stations are located in Hastings, Holdrege, McCook, and Omaha. For more information, visit www.amtrak.com

Trucklines

More than 13,500 licensed motor carriers with worldwide connections are based in Nebraska and serve businesses throughout North America.

Air

Farington Field Airport is located approximately 2.5 miles east of Auburn. The runway is a 3,750-foot hard surfaced runway with lighting on the runway and taxiways that are 35 foot wide to the new hangar and terminal apron. There is a 1,600-foot cross-wind turf runway. The facility includes a terminal building to serve pilots that visit the facility with a lobby, rest room, and conference area. Other services offered are 100 low-lead fuel and four tie-downs. There are eight hangared planes at the site. The elevation at the airport is 932 feet, the latitude is 40–23N, and the longitude is 095–47W. The airstrip has runway lighting that can be activated by the common air traffic frequency of 122.9. The new heated hangar facility is 80 foot by 100 foot. An aviation fuel card system is slated for installation in mid 2019 along with an 8,000 gallon fuel tank for 100 octane aviation fuel.

Phone:(402) 274-3568

Highways

Auburn is located at the junction of U.S. Highway 75 and U.S. Highway 136. There are no local road restrictions. Interstate 29 (north-south) is 13 miles east of Auburn and Interstate 80 (east-west) is 65 miles north. U.S. Highway 2 (east-west), a four-lane highway, is 20 miles north.