What is Midwest Inland Port?

Take advantage of the Midwest Inland Port, a multi-modal hub with international and domestic capabilities With a central location and market reach advantage, the Midwest Inland Port provides access to more than 99 million consumers with same day delivery.

As an intermodal ramp in a less-dense sub-market, the Midwest Inland Port gets you on the road faster than ports in Chicago. No demurrage fees and just a 25-minute turn time makes it the ideal intermodal ramp to ship your goods through. Read more about how the Midwest Inland Port can help reduce your turnaround time and eliminate expensive fees in our recent blog post.

Learn more about the Midwest Inland Port at midwestinlandport.com.

Highway Access

Interstates: I-72

U.S. Routes: U.S. 36 | U.S. 51

State Routes: Illinois 48 | Illinois 105 | Illinois 121


Freight: Canadian National | Norfolk Southern

Short Line Service: DCC | DREI

Piggyback Service: Nearest 46 miles/74km

Motor Carrier

Motor Freight Carriers: 44

Intrastate: 4

Local Terminals: 16

Commercial Bus Service: Available

Air Service

Location: 4 miles east of downtown

Runway Surface: Bituminous

Longest Runway: 8,400 feet, 2,550 meters

Lighted Runway: Yes

Private Aircraft Storage: Yes

Private Aircraft Maintenance: Available

Charter Service: Available

Air Ambulance Service: Available

Customs Office: Yes

Foreign Trade Zone: Yes

Commercial Airlines: United Express to Chicago O’Hare

Trucks Get Farther, Faster