CSX Detroit, MI
CSX Detroit is the only CSX facility in Michigan. CSX Detroit is also referred to as Dix Avenue and also as the Livernois-Junction Yard. CSX Detroit is co-located with Norfolk Southern.
According to the Michigan State Rail Plan, CSX along with other railroads in Detroit–Canadian National (CN), Canadian Pacific (CP), and Norfolk Southern (NS)–will fund improvements to the rail network in order to improve truck flows within the city. This effort, known as the Detroit Intermodal Freight Terminal (DIFT) study, produced an alternative for consolidating the intermodal operations of the CSX, NS, and CP railroads at the Livernois-Junction Yard. In the future, the Waterman/Dix entrances will be closed and an entrance on Livernois will be modified so that trucks can access the facility from I-94 only.
The terminal can be currently accessed via Dix Avenue, a port intermodal connector. Other intermodal port connectors in the vicinity of CSX Detroit include Clark Street and Jefferson Street.
This facility can handle TOFC but currently handles only COFC. CSX partners with Union Pacific to provide a domestic interline container service for domestic moves called UMAX. Specific destinations according to CSX are listed in the following table.
|Chicago 59th St., IL||X||X|
|City Of Industry, CA||X|
|East St. Louis, IL||X|
|El Paso, TX||X|
|Elizabeth Marine Terminal (EMT), NJ||X|
|Jacksonville, FL: Talleyrand Marine Terminal (TMT)||X|
|Kansas City, MO||X|
|Las Vegas, NV||X|
|Los Angeles, CA||X|
|North Kearney, NJ||X|
|New York, NY: NYC Terminal||X|
|Portsmouth APMT, VA||X|
|Portsmouth NIT, VA||X|
|Port Newark Terminal, NJ||X|
|Rio Valley, TX||X|
|San Antonio, TX||X|
|San Luis Potosi, Mexico||X|
|Salt Lake City, UT||X|
|Tacoma (SIM), WA||X|
Terminal lift statistics are not available.
Warehousing and Distribution
The following map shows the locations of warehouses and distribution centers in the vicinity of the CSX Detroit facility.