The geographical situation of Zaragoza gives the city a high national and international strategic value, to be exploited by companies for the distribution, handling, groupage and storage of their products. The main terrestrial corridors passing through Aragón which determine the large potential flows of goods are the following:
- Ebro: Cantabria to Vizcaya, Guipúzcoa, Álava, Navarra, La Rioja, Zaragoza, Lérida, Tarragona and Barcelona.
- Madrid: Zaragoza to Barcelona.
- Basque Country: Navarre to Zaragoza to Community of Valencia.
- Pyrenees: Via the Community of Aragon and its connection with France.
- Entry to the Mediterranean via the border at La Junquera.
- Atlantic via the border at Irún.
- A2: Madrid - Barcelona
- A68: Basque Country – Aragon
- A23: Mudéjar motorway
In relation to the rest of Europe, Zaragoza is just over 150km from France through the Pyrenees, and the development of north-south communication routes will open a growing cultural and economic relationship with the south of France and the rest of the continent.