Mid-America Intermodal Authority Port
Mid-America Intermodal Authority Port, located in Quincy, Illinois, is a three-state port compact – the only one in the United States. It was established to be a catalyst for economic growth in Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri and encompasses 26 counties in these three states.
This port town offers rail opportunities via Burlington Northern Santa Fe, and Norfolk Southern Railroad. Highway access includes The Avenue of the Saints, and Illinois Highway 172 which is part of the newly designated Route 110/Chicago-Kansas City Expressway.
The economic impact of this port created 136 head of household jobs at and near the port; 367 full and part-time positions in the region with over $31 million in payroll; 50 year-long equivalent full-time construction jobs with $4.7 million in payroll; and provides convenient intermodal access for regional businesses.
For more information about the Mid-America Intermodal Authority Port, you may click here to be directed to its website.
Illinois Ports Association
Illinois leads the nation in production of soybeans, an important protein source for animals and humans around the world. ISA believes that by working together, we can solve our greatest challenges and positively impact our future. As an organization committed to leading collaborative efforts that bring innovative solutions, this website and the aerial drone footage was made possible from a grant by the Illinois Soybean Association.
1635 West First Street
Granite City, Illinois 62040