Is living in a thriving metropolitan area that’s constantly reinventing itself appealing to you? Phoenix is the sixth largest city in the U.S., and the metropolitan area has something to offer any lifestyle. As a city of transplants, newcomers to Phoenix won’t feel alone for long – the city has 100,000 people relocate there every year. Yes, the warm, dry climate is a factor for many in deciding to relocate to Phoenix, but also on the list are economic opportunity and cultural diversity.

Speaking of diversity, the geography of Arizona has something for everyone – just a short drive away you can ski in the morning then head home to swim in the afternoon. Wouldn’t you love to come home from a productive day at work and relax on your veranda with views of the mountains on the horizon?

At a Glance
R+L Truckload Phoenix
2125 S 41st Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85009

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Local Attractions:
  • Downtown – Your choice of which one! There are two downtown districts and a third in the midst of a renaissance, including a light-rail system, new convention center, and Arizona State University programs.
  • Entertainment – You will be hard-pressed to be bored in Phoenix. Live music, sporting events, multiple stadiums and arenas, outdoor parks, museums, and beautiful scenery mean there’s always something going on in Phoenix.
  • What’s nearby? The Grand Canyon is only a few hours away, and many cities are within a 4-6 hour drive – perfect for weekend trips – including San Diego, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and beaches in Mexico
Fast Facts:
  • Population: 1,445,632
  • Nickname: Valley of the Sun
  • Fun Fact: Phoenix is the largest capital city in the U.S., and the only state capital with over 1 million people