Brigham City is located at the convergence of multiple transportation routes and modes. I-15 provides access south to the Wasatch Front, Nevada, and Southern California; and north to Idaho and Montana. I-84 provides access northwest into Idaho and the Pacific Northwest; and east to Wyoming, the Midwest, and beyond. I-80 provides access west to Nevada and northern California. U.S. Highways 89 and 1 provide access to Cache Valley, Southeastern Idaho, and Wyoming.
Union Pacific Railroad serves Brigham City and provides rail access to all areas of the west, with connections to other railroads, and the entire United States.
Public transit services are provided by Utah Transit Authority. Bus routes include 630 and F638, all with service to Ogden and linking to services throughout the UTA service area.
Brigham City is the planned northern terminus of the FrontRunner commuter rail project which will provide commuter rail service from Brigham City to Salt Lake City, and eventually to Utah County. In 2007, a .25% sales tax increase in Brigham City, Perry, and Willard paved the way for UTA to begin working toward completion of the rail link currently projected to be in place by 2015. Brigham City worked closely with UTA to plan for this effort. The Brigham City Transit Corridor Study identified 200 South as the eventual station location. When completed, FrontRunner will provide reliable, convenient service to Salt Lake City and the workforce in Weber and Davis Counties.