North Louisiana's multimodal transportation system of interstates and highways, Class 1 rail, ports, and airports provides global access with significant cost savings.
North Louisiana’s Multimodal Transportation Infrastructure Allows Access to the World
Connected nationally and globally by a multimodal transportation infrastructure, companies looking for transportation and logistical advantages will find real savings and accessibility in North Louisiana. North Louisiana’s central location, system of interstates and federal highways, Class 1 rail, airports and four ports make the region a leader in logistics.
Intermodal & Multimodal Logistics
INTERSTATES AND FEDERAL HIGHWAYS
North Louisiana's North-South and East-West interstates and highways connect your business to the rest of the world- all at a lower cost than many regions. Many area trucking companies offer competitive costs to ship your products to more than 30 million customers in some of America's largest markets.
NORTH LOUISIANA'S PORTS
The Louisiana port system is comprised of both deep water and shallow water ports, forming one of the largest port systems in the world. North Louisiana's four ports can access to deep water within 4-6 days and offer intermodal capabilities:
Class 1 Railroads and numerous short track railways can access many area ports and industrial sites to offer intermodal capabilities. All six of the major railroads converge in Louisiana.
Regional and reliever airports offer service to major U.S. cities and hubs with connections worldwide. North Louisiana's two regional airports and numerous reliever airports provide passenger and air freight service.