Transportation

Transportation at a Glance

Randolph County is:

  • Crossed by multiple highways
         Three Federal Highways: US-27, US-35, US-36
         Four State Highways: SR-1, SR-28, SR-32, SR-227
  • Less than a 30 minute drive from Interstate 70 in Richmond, IN
  • Less than a 60 minute drive from Interstate 69 in Muncie, IN
  • Within a half-day’s drive to over 20 metropolitan markets
  • Within a one-day drive of 75% of the US and Canadian population
  • Bisected by the CSX main line that runs from St. Louis to the east coast.  The rail travels through Parker City, Farmland, Winchester, Harrisville, and Union City in Randolph County
     

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Indiana is:

  • Known as the "Crossroads of America"
  • Served by a comprehensive network covering all modes of transportation - road, rail, water, and air
  • Intersected by eight interstate highways - more than any other state
  • Home to the world's second largest Fed-Ex Hub
  • Served by multiple International Airports

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Local Airport

Randolph County Airport 
Runway4,300' length, 75' width
Lighted RunwayYes - Medium Intensity
Fuel Available On SiteJet fuel and 100 low lead aviation fuel
Aircraft StorageHangars and Tiedowns
Hours of Operation8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Nearest Commercial Airports

Airport NameCategoryDrive Time*
James M Cox Dayton InternationalSmall Hub60 minutes
Fort Wayne InternationalNon-Hub80 minutes
Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky InternationalMedium Hub120 minutes
Indianapolis InternationalMedium Hub120 minutes
Source: Federal Aviation Authority - *From Winchester


Indiana's Freshwater Ports

Indiana ranks 14th in the nation for waterborne shipping.  It also moves more frieght per capita than any state with at least 3 million in population.

NameCity/StateDistance (Miles)
Burns HarborPortage, IN227
JeffersonvilleJeffersonville, IN195
Mount VernonMount Vernon, IN288

Click here to visit the Ports of Indiana website


Freight Rail Service

Indiana boasts almost 4,000 miles of track operated by Class I railroads, allowing maximum connectivity and rapid connection to Indiana’s major ports.  In fact, Indiana ranks 3rd in the nation in number of railroads. 

The CSX Transportation, Inc. main line that runs from St. Louis to the east coast passes right through the heart of Randolph County.

CSX Indiana Fact SheetIndiana State Railroad Map, 2011

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