This report lays the groundwork for coordinating land use planning and freight mobility planning in Ontario.
This report identifies a number of opportunities and challenges for the Illinois freight transportation system.
Freight hubs are essential to Illinois’ position in the
business logistics system. Originally because of its
waterways, and then because industry and modal networks developed on similar patterns, Illinois is a national freight crossroads, bearing goods traffic from all directions.
Indian's Multimodal Freight and Mobility Plan addresses questions that are critical to planning for the future of the Indiana freight system.
The purpose of the Michigan Freight Plan is to provide a comprehensive overview of the state’s freight transportation system, including existing assets, system performance, and investments required to ensure long-term success.
The report ties together the many freight-planning efforts throughout the state in an effort to identify exisiting conditions and planned pgrogress to enhancing the movement of goods throughout the state.
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) developed this plan as a guide to inform and support future infrastructure investments on Ohio’s multi-modal freight network and to retain and attract jobs and commerce.
Ohio’s freight delivery system is made up of many types of infrastructure including roads, waterways and ports, railroads and air freight. They are interconnected, and together form multimodal corridors that cross the state, country and world.
Freight transportation represents a key competitiveness factor for Pennsylvania’s businesses. To ensure the Pennsylvania multimodal freight transportation system supports and enhances efficient goods movement and sustainable economic growth, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) in coordination with the state’s 24 planning partners and numerous statewide freight stakeholders led the development of Pennsylvania’s first ever multimodal statewide freight plan.
The State Freight Plan (SFP) provides a vision for multimodal freight transportation and positions the state to remain competitive in the global marketplace.
The Minnesota Statewide Ports and Waterways Plan is an effort to enhance the role of Minnesota ports and waterways in global, national, statewide, regional, and local transportation needs.