Polk County is centrally located in the heart of the East Texas Forest Country. Major highways accessible in the county are U.S. Highway 59, Highway 287, and Highway 190. Interstate 10 can be reached within one hour and Interstate 45 is within approximately 45 miles.
Bush Intercontinental Airport, the fourth largest airport in the world, is located 55 miles from Livingston (approximately a 45-minute drive).
Livingston Municipal Airport, a general utility airport, is situated on 90.385 acres of land owned by the City of Livingston. The land accommodates runways, hangar access, taxiways, and aircraft parking aprons. It serves corporate, governmental, recreational, residential, student, and private pilot activities and continues to be an essential component in the economic development of the City of Livingston, Lake Livingston, and Polk County.
Brazos Transit, is a general public transportation provider covering 16 counties in Central and East Texas. Demand and response service is available throughout Polk County.
Livingston 350 Cab Service provides fares anywhere in the county.
Aerial View of Livingston Municipal Airport Runway