Transportation
Connecting coasts

Transportation

South Dakota makes it easy to transport goods coast to coast. With access to two interstates, rail lines and a regional airport with the only Port of Entry in the state, we are a great choice for your business.

Transportation System

Interstates

Sioux Falls is located at the crossroads of two major interstates: I-90 and I-29. I-90 spans from Boston to Seattle, making it easy to access both coasts. I-29 runs from Kansas City in the south all the way to Winnipeg, Canada, providing access to a significant north-south corridor.

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Rail

Sioux Falls’ rail service is courtesy of BNSF. Several of the industrial areas in the region, like Foundation Park, have access to Class 1 rail. A trans modal site is available in Worthing, SD, just minutes south of Sioux Falls. For shorter distances, short line railroad service is also available.

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Air

Sioux Falls has access to a public regional airport, Joe Foss Field. This airport connects the region to over 200 domestic cities, 14 directly, and many international destinations. Charter, FBO, and air cargo services are available.

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Port

Sioux Falls is South Dakota’s US Customs & Border Protection’s Port of Entry. It has the unique distinction of being the only air cargo port in South Dakota.

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