CSX Louisville, KY
CSX Louisville is one of four intermodal terminals in Kentucky and the only CSX intermodal terminal in Louisville. It is a COFC only terminal that is co-located with Osborn Yard, Louisville International Airport (SDF), and UPS. It is considered an emerging intermodal center. The facility opened in January 2012 to improve traffic flows to/from the Northwest Ohio ICTF. It can also be considered an Inland Port for the amount of freight distribution that occurs at this facility.
According to the 2013 National Transportation Atlas Database, this terminal is located on the Louisville Terminal A Subdivision.
There are no intermodal connectors at this time to this facility. However the roads surrounding the intermodal terminal are all designated truck routes according to the Kentuckiana Regional Planning & Development Agency (KIPDA)
This facility only handles container traffic (COFC) both domestic/private container and international containers. Specific destinations according to CSX are:
|Chicago 59th St., IL||X||X|
|Elizabeth Marine Terminal (EMT), NJ||X|
|Jacksonville, FL: Talleyrand Marine Terminal (TMT)||X||X|
|Los Angeles, CA||X|
|Montreal ICTF, PQ||X|
|North Kearney, NJ||X|
|New York, NY: NYC Terminal||X|
|Portsmouth APMT, VA||X|
|Portsmouth NIT, VA||X|
|Port Newark Terminal, NJ||X|
|Savannah Port Authority, GA||X|
Warehousing and Distribution
The following map shows the locations of warehouses and distribution centers in the vicinity of the CSX Louisville facility and the airport.