Bryan Long Distance Movers
Bryan's Highest-Rated Long Distance Moving Company
For full-service packing and transportation assistance to Bryan, you can trust the agents from Allied Van Lines to hire movers and get the job done carefully and in a timely manner. We'd love to show you why working with our Bryan moving company is a smart idea. Not only do our moving companies provide you with a reliable way to view your current transit status, our agents in Bryan and across the nation are held to detailed guidelines so your move is a safe one.
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What a Move to Bryan Has to Offer
Brazos county Texas is home to the city of Bryan. Located in the southeast central area of the state, Bryan's history began as part of a land grant given to Moses Austin by Spain. The city was named after William Joel Bryan, a nephew of Stephen F. Austin, one of Moses Austin's sons and otherwise known as “The Father of Texas.” The city of Bryan was incorporated in 1871.
Residents enjoy subtropical climates with temperate, mild winters and hot summers. The lowest winter temperatures last a few short months, and snow is rare. Getting around town is simple to do because the Bryan Transit District offers bus routes across the Bryan-College Station metro area five days a week. Plus, Bryan's citizens also have access to a free, student-driven shuttle service run by the university in neighboring College Station that includes service to some Bryan apartment complexes and is available for public use.
According to the city's website, Bryan has 43 square miles and a population of more than 82,000 residents. That indicates a low population density and plenty of room for future growth. Downtown revitalization began in the 1980's, and today the city boasts a strong economy, state-of-the-art health care facilities, a quality school system and safe neighborhoods to call home. Sports and outdoor fun is fully enjoyed here with 750 acres and 43 properties comprising the city's parks system.
You can reach Austin easily in less than two hours using either of the two convenient and well-maintained routes, but we're not sure why you'd want to leave this picturesque and thriving community. The Milken Institute just named the Bryan-College Station metro area number eight on its national list of Best-Performing Small Metros, a list designed to identify small towns with economic vitality, stable and expanding employment, and steady wage and salary increases.
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Allied Van Lines offers you many options when it comes to laying out your relocation plans. We'll find movers to assist you at every step of the packing and transit process, and we can help you temporarily store your items, too. We're among respected moving companies in the nation, and we're proud of our 95-plus year history.
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