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Iowa Multimodal Freight Network Tables

Highway Multimodal Freight Network Routes
StateRoute NumberStart PointEnd PointLength (Miles)Begin MilepostEnd Milepost
IAI80IA/NE LineIA/IL Line289.030.01289.03
IAS76U18U18 B2.731.334.06
Interstate, US Route and State Route Total298.40n/an/a
StateRoute NumberStart PointEnd PointLength (Miles)
IA19TH ST--0.36
Urban Streets and Miscellaneous Ramps Total3.77
Total Freight Network Routes4.38

Highway Multimodal Freight Network Intermodal Connectors
StateFacility IDFacility NameFacility DescriptionLength (Miles)
IAIA4RQuad Cities Container Terminal, DavenportS Rolff St, Rockingham Rd(IA 22), between the Terminal and I-2802.69
IAIA6LAmoco Pipeline Distribution Center, Council BluffsUS 275 (eastern ramp termini I-29 to South Expressway), then North to the Westbound ramp terminus of I-29/80.2.34
IAIA7ADes Moines International AirportFleur Dr between ML King Blvd and relocated IA 57.68
IAIA5PHarvest States Peavey, DavenportIA 22 between the Terminal and I-2802.27
IAIA2PHarvest States Peavey, DubuqueE 7th St, Central Ave and White St between the Terminal and Commercial St0.51
IAIA9LVandalia Rd Pipeline, Des MoinesE. 30th St/Vandalia Rd (IA 163 to US 65)3.39
IAIA11AThe Eastern Iowa AirportWright Brothers Blvd between I-380 and Cherry Valley Rd3.34
IAIA13LWilliams Pipeline Co., Sioux City41st St & 46th St & Business US 75 (Lewis Blvd) Between the Terminal and US 752.24
IAIA14PBig Soo Terminal, Sioux CityHarbor Dr & Industrial Rd between the Terminal and I-290.16
IAIA1PContinental Grain Co., DubuqueKerper Blvd, E 16th St, E 11th St, E 9th St, 9th-11th W Conn, between the Terminal and US 61/1511.91
Total Connectors26.53

Highway Multimodal Freight Network STRAHNET Connectors
StateFacility IDFacility NameFacility DescriptionLength (Miles)
Total Connectors0.00

Highway Multimodal Freight Network Border Crossings
StatePort IDCrossing Name

Multimodal Rail Freight Network Routes
StateRoute Miles

Top Ports - Total Tonnage
StatePort NameDomestic TonnageForeign Tonnage ImportForeign Tonnage ExportTotal Tonnage

Top Ports Total Container TEUs Loaded
StatePort NameDomestic TEUs Loaded InboundDomestic TEUs Loaded OutboundForeign TEUs Loaded ImportForeign TEUs Loaded ExportTotal TEUs Loaded

Tonnage Shipped
StateTotal TonnageDomestic Tonnage Shipped to StateDomestic Tonnage Shipped From StateDomestic Tonnage Shipped IntrastateForeign Tonnage Shipped to StateForeign Tonnage Shipped from State

Marine Highways
IAM-29 ConnectorThe M-29 Marine Highway Connector establishes a connection between the middle section of the Missouri River in Sioux City, Iowa and the M-70 Marine Highway Corridor at Kansas City, Missouri.Connector
IAM-35 CorridorThe M-35, which can commonly be referred to as "Waterway of the Saints" Marine Highway Corridor, links the Upper Mississippi River with the existing M-55 Corridor. The M-35 Corridor runs from Lock/Mile 1 on the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, MN to the confluence of the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers in Grafton, Illinois, where the M-55 Corridor begins. Together, the M-35 and M-55 provide an all-water route from the beginning of the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico.Corridor

Domestic Waterway Routes
StateRiver NameLength (Miles)

Cargo Airports
StateLocation IDCityAirport NameT-100/T-100(f) Market Destination (lbs)T-100 RankAll Cargo Landed (lbs)All Cargo Rank
IADSMDes MoinesDes Moines International64,786,52760416,594,70450
Last updated: Friday, October 9, 2015