The Radius Indiana region is framed by interstates I-65, I-64 and I-69
, and Indiana boasts the most interstate connectivity in the nation. Average commute time is less than 30 minutes and more than 80 percent of the U.S. population is reachable within 24 hours.
The region is home to the I-69 corridor, the largest new-terrain public infrastructure project in the U.S. I-69 is attracting new businesses and industries, connecting residents to new job opportunities as well as linking thousands of Hoosiers to urban areas, major medical facilities and educational institutions.
The Radius Indiana Region is framed by Interstates 64, 69 and 65.
Indiana is ranked 6th
in the nation in long-distance trucking establishments. A network of roadways that provide 1,100 miles of expressways across Indiana allows for convenient transportation of good within the state and easy access to the nation.
Indiana is ranks 5th
in Class I railroads and has 4,000 miles of rail lines. The Radius region has major Class I tracks as well as regional lines. [LINK to Corvus]
Class I Railroads
· CSX RR
· Norfolk Southern RR
· Dubois County RR
· Indiana Railroad Museum
· Indiana Southern RR
The Radius region has access to three major internationals airports, as well as 10 local airports located within the region.
Indianapolis International Airport
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
Louisville International Airport
French Lick Municipal Airport
Daviess County Airport
Patoka Reservoir Landing Area
Paoli Municipal Airport
Shawnee Field Airport
Morrison Flight Park Ultralight
Virgil I. Grissom Municipal Airport
Salem Municipal Airport
Located less than an hour from Interstate 64 are multiple state and private ports for marine transportation on the Ohio River. Indiana is also ranked 4th
in the nation for the largest dry cargo barge fleet.
American Commercial Lines
With a fleet of approximately 4,200 barges, powered by 175 towboats, ACBL is one America's largest liquid cargo and dry cargo barge lines. Headquartered in Jeffersonville, Indiana, ACBL employs nearly 3,700 teammates and our Transportation Services unit operates fleets and terminals throughout the inland waterways network.
Port of Indiana
The Ports of Indiana is a statewide port authority operating three ports on the Ohio River and Lake Michigan. Ideally situated on two major North American freight transportation arteries – the Great Lakes and the Inland Waterway System – the state’s three-port system serves the world’s most productive industrial and agricultural regions.
Other port cities that can be reached through marine transportation include:
Mount Vernon, IN