Crossett is located less than an hour drive north of Interstate 20, via U.S. Hwy. 165. Interstate 55 is approximately 120 miles to the east. Interstate 530 has been completed to Wilmar, Arkansas, approximately 45 miles north of Crossett. I-530, also know as the I-69 connector, will link I-69 to I-40 in Little Rock, Arkansas. Crossett is also served directly by U.S. Highways 82 and 425 and AR state highways 52, 133 and 169.
Businesses in Crossett have easy access to the Port of Crossett, which is located on the Ouachita River only seven miles west of the Crossett Industrial Park. Located at mile marker 237 on the east bank of the Ouachita River, the slackwater harbor is 475 miles (two towing days) from the Port of New Orleans. The Port of Crossett has a nine-foot navigation channel maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, a docking peer, a turning basin and a four barge towing system. There is a 15,000 sq. ft. warehouse onsite available for lease and a 850,000 gallon storage tank that is currently lease by Tetra Technologies. Ten acres of outdoor storage is also available at the Port, with an additional 72 acres available for future development.
Yellow Bend Port, on the Mississippi River, is less than one hour drive from Crossett.
Rail service in Crossett is provided by Arkansas, Louisiana & Mississippi Railroad, with a rail spur in the Crossett Industrial Park. AL&M is a Class III rail service, with connection north and south of Crossett to the Kansas City Southern and the Union Pacific, both Class I long-distance rail providers.
Z. M. "Jack" Stell Field, Crossett's municipal airport, ranks among the top in the state with a 5,009 ft. runway, paved surface, lighted, high intensity approach and self-service fuel available 24 hr/day with a credit card.
The closest commercial airport is 45 minutes south at Monroe Regional Airport in Monroe, Louisiana, the birthplace of Delta airlines.