Kaskaskia Regional Port
Location: New Athens
Facilities at the New Athens location include conveyors (inbound/outbound), land access with roll on/roll off ramps as well as a railyard.
River access is convenient, connecting to the Kaskaskia River. Canadian National Railroad and Illinois Route 13 also makes this location a desirable transportation option. Market access includes Southwest Illinois; Belleville, Ill.; St. Louis, Mo.; and New Orleans, La.
With 106 acres of transload inbound and outbound development, utilities at this location include access to well water, electricity via Ameren, Frontier Communications and septic, offering an opportunity for growth potential. Other notable information includes 125 rail loop and in-line scale for fleeting.
Location: Baldwin, IL (KRPD#2) RM 18.5
The various port facilities at the Baldwin location include a 50-ton overhead crane, dump dock, outbound conveyer, and a steel processing center. Also connected to the Kaskaskia River is Canadian National railroad and Illinois Route 154, offering additional access points to this port (within 20 miles of Illinois Route 3). Market access includes St. Louis, Mo.; Southwest Illinois; and New Orleans, La.
With approximately 268 acres available for development, public water, natural gas, electricity and telecommunications from Harrisonville Telephone Company exists.
Location: Evansville, Illinois
The Evansville location for Kaskaskia Port District includes outbound grain through gateway F5. Adjacent to the Kaskaskia River and Illinois Route 3 interstate access, there is market access to St. Louis, Mo.; Southwest Illinois; Missouri and New Orleans, La. This location has limited development potential, but does offer water, natural gas, electric, communication services and sewer.
The Fayetteville terminal is currently open for development, with access to the Kaskaskia River and Interstate 64 within 12 miles. Illinois Route 15 is easily accessible and there is no rail access at this location.
Development potential includes 128 acres of land with utilities on-site. This flood-free site has ample room for development, offering a desirable location with room to grow.
Location: Modoc, Illinois (Kellogg Dock)
Facilities include outbound conveyor for coal and blending area, scale and storage yard. Modoc also includes a 350-car rail storage facility.
Its easy accessibility to the Mississippi River (RM 125), Union Pacific Railroad and Illinois Route 3 offers ideal transportation access. Market access includes St. Louis, Mo; and Southwest Illinois. There are 295 acres available for development at this port location.
Other notable information includes full utilities available, lock free and ice port with deep water, conveniently located on the Mississippi River.
Illinois Ports Association
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