NS Kansas City, MO
Norfolk Southern’s (NS) Kansas City Intermodal Terminal (VOL) is one of two intermodal terminals in Missouri. The other is the St. Louis intermodal terminal. The Kansas City intermodal terminal is also referred to as Voltz Yard. This terminal serves as a gateway as can be seen by the number of destinations it serves. The Kansas City Intermodal Terminal opened in 1994.
According to the 2013 National Transportation Atlas Database, the facility is located on the Kansas City District Subdivision. BNSF and UP have trackage rights over this line. This line is a heavy automotive line. VOL is a COFC-RoadRailer facility.
- Bluff Road/Highway 210
According to Norfolk Southern, the Kansas City facility services the destinations below.
- Detroit, MI: Delray (DRY)
- Jacksonville, FL: Simpson Yard (EDG)
- Miami, FL: Miami Terminal (MIA)
- Norfolk, VA: Norfolk International Terminal (NIT)
- Norfolk, VA: Portsmouth APMT
- Orlando, FL: Titusville Intermodal Terminal (TIC)
- Atlanta, GA: Austell (AUS)
- Allentown/Bethlehem, PA (ALB)
- New York Metro: Elizabeth Marine Terminal, NJ (EMT)
- New York Metro, NY: E-Rail (ERL)
- Harrisburg, PA: Harrisburg (HBG)
- Louisville, KY: Appliance Park (APK)
- Philadelphia, PA: Morrisville Intermodal Terminal (MRV
- New York Metro: NY Container Terminal (NYC)
- Savannah, GA: Garden City ICTF
According to the Kansas City Regional Freight Outlook, NS had a capacity of 130,000 lifts per year in 2007.
Warehousing and Distribution
The following map shows the locations of warehouses and distribution centers in the vicinity of the NS Kansas City facility.