The Port of Monroe continues to build upon its advantages as an intermodal cargo hub with capabilities to transfer cargo between rail, truck or vessel. The convergence of two Class 1 railroads (Canadian National & Norfolk Southern) and the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway System within a single facility – immediately adjacent to I-75 – allows goods to enter the broader transportation network more efficiently and economically.



This connectivity represents the most concentrated junction of major transportation assets anywhere in the region. As a result, it leads to fewer cargo delays, reduced wear and tear on regional roadways, and substantially increases the opportunity to reach any global destination.