NS Detroit, MI-Delray

Gate Entrance: 8501 Fort Street,
 Detroit, MI 48209 | Google MapWebsite | Interstate Access: I-75 | MAFC Corridors: I-75

Norfolk Southern’s (NS) Delray Intermodal Terminal (DRY) is one of two NS intermodal terminals in Michigan. The other is a RoadRailer facility in Melvindale, a suburb of Detroit.

According to the 2013 National Transportation Atlas Database, the facility is located on the Detroit District Line Subdivision.

According to the Michigan State Rail Plan, NS along with other railroads in Detroit; CSX, Canadian National (CN), and Canadian Pacific (CP) 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. The CP Detroit facility will serve non-intermodal purposes in the future.

Intermodal Connectors

  • Jefferson Avenue
  • Clark Street
  • Springwells Court

Intermodal Lanes

According to Norfolk Southern, the following services originate at the Delray facility.

COFC

  • Atlanta, GA: Inman (INM)
  • Cincinnati, OH: Gest Street Yard (GES)
  • Kansas City, MO: Voltz Yard (VOL)
  • St Louis, MO: Luther Yard (LUT)

Inbound traffic to Delray originates from the following intermodal terminals:

TOFC/COFC

  • Kansas City, MO: Voltz Yard (VOL)

COFC

  • Louisville, KY: Appliance Park (APK)

Lift Counts

Unavailable.

Warehousing and Distribution

The following map shows the locations of traffic generators, automotive distribution, warehouses, and distribution centers in the vicinity of the NS Delray facility.

Print Friendly