Transportation

SR 161 in New Albany

The New Albany International Business Park is located adjacent to State Route 161 and is accessible from four separate highway interchanges. Just 10 minutes from John Glenn Columbus International Airport and 20 minutes from Rickenbacker International Port Authority, one of the world’s only cargo-dedicated airports and Foreign Trade Zone #138, New Albany is well positioned to streamline logistics with easy transportation of goods and products. With three major rail systems that service the region, Inbound Logistics ranks Central Ohio as one of the country’s logistics hotspots.

Roads
  • Four separate highway interchanges at business park
  • Eight major interstate and state highways in area
  • Wide variety of motor freight carriers
  • COTA express bus service to business park
Rail
  • Multiple freight rail carriers, including Norfolk Southern and CSX
  • CXS rail network serves all major Atlantic ports, including New York, New Jersey Baltimore and Wilmington, and connects to western markets via Chicago, St. Louis, Memphis and New Orleans
  • Norfolk Southern serves the Port of New York and Port of Norfolk as well as nearly all major metropolitan areas east of the Mississippi with gateways to the west via Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis, Memphis, New Orleans and Dallas
Inland Port
  • Rickenbacker Inland Port, high-speed international, multi-modal logistics hub and one of world’s only cargo-dedicated airports
  • Foreign Trade Zone #138, 7th most active in the United States
  • Cargo airlines, include FedEx, UPS, Cargolux, Cathway Pacific Cargo and Emirates SkyCargo
  • S. Customs and Border Protection on site
  • Two 12,000-foot runways
  • Category II Instrument Landing System for all-weather landing capabilities
Air
  • 10 minutes to John Glenn Columbus International Airport
  • Accommodates millions of passengers annually
  • 150 daily departures to 33 destinations
  • Recently completed $80 million terminal renovation and modernization