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  • Aside from the two larger and most obvious projects, The Rickenbacker Intermodal Terminal and the Heartland Corridor Clearances, there are a number of smaller, but just as critical projects that NS is engaged in that will bring numerous benefits to shippers in Central Ohio.These include: The CREATE and Indiana Gateway projects, which will help to further improve the already efficient interchange of traffic between NS and western US rail carriers The secondary projects associated with the Heartland Corridor, which includes additional support tracks at Toledo and Rickenbacker, clearing of the NS line between Columbus and Cincinnati, The introduction of additional domestic services to/from Columbus which will increase Central Ohio’s role in that market segment A grain transload facility that will allow for the direct loading of Containers of grain to rail, thus benefiting Ohio farmers competing in the global market
  • Aside from the two larger and most obvious projects, The Rickenbacker Intermodal Terminal and the Heartland Corridor Clearances, there are a number of smaller, but just as critical projects that NS is engaged in that will bring numerous benefits to shippers in Central Ohio.These include: The CREATE and Indiana Gateway projects, which will help to further improve the already efficient interchange of traffic between NS and western US rail carriers The secondary projects associated with the Heartland Corridor, which includes additional support tracks at Toledo and Rickenbacker, clearing of the NS line between Columbus and Cincinnati, The introduction of additional domestic services to/from Columbus which will increase Central Ohio’s role in that market segment A grain transload facility that will allow for the direct loading of Containers of grain to rail, thus benefiting Ohio farmers competing in the global market

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  • Norfolk Southern: Creating Options for Central Ohio
    Chris Luebbers
    22 July 2010
  • Norfolk
    Southern’s
    Intermodal
    Network
    Ayer
    Buffalo
    Albany
    Detroit
    Livernois
    Delray
    Chicago
    47th Street
    63rd Street
    Landers
    Calumet
    Ashland Ave
    NY/NJ
    Croxton Erail
    Elizabeth Marine Terminal
    NYCT PNCT
    Taylor
    Toledo
    Bethlehem
    Cleveland
    Harrisburg/ Rutherford
    Morrisville/Navy Yard
    Pittsburgh
    Columbus
    Baltimore
    Decatur
    Front Royal
    Cincinnati
    Gest Street
    Sharonville
    Kansas City
    St Louis
    Norfolk
    Norfolk Int’l Terminal
    Portsmouth Marine Terminal
    Newport News Marine Terminal
    APM Terminal
    Georgetown
    Louisville
    Buechel
    Appliance Park
    Greensboro
    Memphis
    Charlotte
    Huntsville
    Atlanta
    Austell
    Inman
    Dallas
    Birmingham
    Charleston/ Marine Terminal
    NS Intermodal Network
    Intermodal Network
    Haulage Extensions
    Intermodal Terminals
    On-Dock Access
    Savannah
    Mason ICTF
    Port Wentworth
    Shreveport
    Meridian
    Jacksonville
    New Orleans
    Titusville
    Ft Lauderdale
    Miami
  • Service, Price and Options
    In today’s environment, shippers are considering service, price and routing options in their supply chains
    Increasing demand for higher quality, truck-like intermodal services
    Routing Options involve International and Domestic Traffic
    West Coast Ports
    East Coast / Panama Canal vessel services
    Domestic services for all regions of the US
  • NS Projects Benefit Central Ohio
  • NS Projects Benefit Central Ohio
  • 4 Overhead Cranes / 1 Sideloader
    Equipment Maintenance Building
    Annual Lift Capacity 250,000
    4 Support Tracks (14,000’)
    3 Pad Tracks (9,300’)
    Expanded Leads to/from Mainline
    Neighboring Lots are owned by CRAA and may be developed for CY facilities, etc.
    High Speed Automated Gate System
    125 Acres – Expandable up to 300 acres
    1,888 Wheeled Parking Spots
    408 Stacked Spaces (2 high)
    Columbus Rickenbacker
  • Rickenbacker Global Logistics Park
    • The Rickenbacker logistics park and FTZ integrates Intermodal, carload, air freight and logistics capabilities
    • 15,000 acres of existing or planned development , Over 39 million sq ft of existing development
    • Located 18 miles from Columbus
    • Anchored by NS’ new Intermodal facility and the Rickenbacker airport
  • Detroit
    Chicago
    Columbus
    Heartland Corridor
    Pritchard
    Norfolk
    Roanoke
    The Heartland Corridor
    Public-Private Partnership
    The Heartland Corridor
    First Trains September 9, 2010!
  • Central Tunnel Project Status
  • Cowan Tunnel - Before
  • Cowan Tunnel - After
  • Detroit
    Chicago
    Columbus
    Heartland Corridor
    Cincinnati
    Pritchard
    Norfolk
    Roanoke
    The Heartland Corridor and Heartland Secondary Projects
    Public-Private Partnership
    The Heartland Corridor and Secondary Projects
    First Trains September 9, 2010
  • Heartland Corridor Secondary Projects
    Columbus - Cincinnati Clearance Project
    5 mainline clearance projects between Columbus and Cincinnati
    Estimated Completion Q2 2011
    Allows for double stack service between Columbus and Florida and the Southeast Ports
    Toledo Yard and Rickenbacker Track Expansion
    Addition of support tracks will allow blocks of traffic to be switched between trains
    Estimated Completion Q2 2011
    Improved flow through Toledo for Columbus traffic to/from Chicago and NY
  • Chicago Interchange
    NS inherited Ashland Ave. Yard in Chicago in the Conrail transaction
    Provides highly efficient connectivity to western carriers
    The CREATE projects will significantly build upon the Ashland Ave. interchanges by improving approaches to the facility on both ends
    Brighton Park Interlocking
    Englewood Flyover
    The Indiana Gateway Project will improve the NS mainline in and out of Chicago
    NS has two options for routing trains between Chicago and Columbus
  • Chicago Interchange Operations
  • Pacific Northwest Points
    Northern New Jersey
    Chicago
    Columbus Rickenbacker
    Pacific Southwest Points and NorCal
    Norfolk and Norfolk Ports
    Current and Potential NS Intermodal Services For Central Ohio
    Charleston and Charleston Ports
    Savannah and Savannah Ports
    Jacksonville and Jacksonville Ports
    Miami and South Florida
  • Creating Options for Central Ohio
    The Heartland Corridor will be completed in August, but NS continues to invest in projects that will leverage the benefits of the Heartland Corridor for Central Ohio
    NS has sufficient and expandable Intermodal terminal capacity in the heart of Central Ohio
    NS provides multiple options for efficient Intermodal services to points East, West and South
    Double stack routes to New York/New Jersey and Norfolk
    Efficient interchange in Chicago to reach points West
    Potential to reach Florida and the SE ports