CSX Marion, OH

Gate Entrance: 3001 Harding Hwy East, Marion, OH 43302 | Google MapWebsite | Interstate Access: I-71 | MAFC Corridors: None

Schneider National owns the Marion (MAR) intermodal terminal. Schneider entered into an agreement with CSX and Kansas City Southern in 2006 to provide service from Marion to Kansas City. The facility and its supporting logistics companies are referred to as the Ohio Valley Intermodal facility and the Marion Industrial Center. CSXT, the divisions that operates CSX’s terminals, refers to this facility as an intermodal partner-operated terminal.

MAR was used for intermodal operations during the CSX Columbus (Buckeye Yard) improvements. According to the Marion Star, MAR has undergone recent capacity improvements which include a railroad turn 25 miles away in Ridgeway, OH and the construction of a loop track. These improvements will facilitate moves between the Northwest Ohio ICTF and Marion. Marion works as a spoke to the CSX NW OHIO ICTF hub. The Ohio Rail Development Commission has been a partner for funding improvements.

According to the 2013 National Transportation Atlas Database, the Marion intermodal terminal is located on the Mt. Victory Subdivision.

Access to the facility is OH 309 to US 30 or US 23 to US 30. Interstate 71, 23 miles away is the closest interstate.

Intermodal Connectors

  • Harding Highway

Intermodal Lanes

This facility handles only container traffic (COFC) both domestic/private container and international containers (IC). 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.

Destination COFC UMAX
Baltimore, MD X
Chicago 59th St., IL X
City Of Industry, CA X
Dallas, TX X
Denver, CO X
El Paso, TX X
Fairburn, GA X
Houston, TX X
Jacksonville, FL: Talleyrand Marine Terminal (TMT) X
Kansas City, MO X
Laredo, TX X
Lathrop, CA X
Las Vegas, NV X
Los Angeles, CA X
Mexico City X
Miami, FL X
Monterrey, Mexico X
North Kearney, NJ X
Oakland, CA X
Orlando, FL X
Philadelphia, PA X
Phoenix, AZ X
Portland, OR X
Rio Valley, TX X
San Antonio, TX X
San Luis Potosi, Mexico X
Salt Lake City, UT X
Sparks, NV X
Tacoma (SIM), WA X
Tampa, FL X
Toluca, Mexico X
Tucson, AZ X
Worcester, MA X

Lift Counts

According to the 2010 Ohio State Rail Plan, CSX/Schneider Marion has a capacity of 60,000 lifts expanding to 100,000 lifts per year.

Warehousing and Distribution

The following map shows the location of the Marion Industrial Center co-located with CSX Marion facility.

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