Louisville & Indiana Railroad
   
   
The Louisville & Indiana Railroad was formed in March 1994 to acquire 106 miles of rail line between Indianapolis and Louisville. The line serves numerous major companies and an efficient inland port facility. Since formation, L&I has located a number of new industries to its lines. L&I has been designated a future high-speed rail corridor by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
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Location
Northern Kentucky and Southern Indiana

Headquarters
500 Willinger Lane
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Telephone: (812) 288-0940
Fax: (812) 288-4977

President – Michael D. Stolzman

Employees – 42

Operations Began – March 1994
Mileage
106
Owned
7
Jointly used with other freight railroads
113
System miles
Equipment
11 Locomotives

Primary Commodities Handled
Cement, chemicals, food products, grain, lumber, manufactured goods, paper, plastics, scrap and steel

Major Customers
Amcor Rigid Plastics, A&R Transport, Brown-Forman, Carter Lumber, Consolidated Grain & Barge, Eagle Steel, Essroc Cement, Idemitsu, Kokomo Grain, Kroot Corp., Mytex Polymers/Chemtrusion, Omni Source, Ranger Enterprises, Smurfit-Stone Container Corp., Steel Dynamics, Voss Industries

Port Facility Served
Ports of Indiana; Jeffersonville, Indiana

Connecting Railroads
CSXT, INRD, NS, PAL

Annual Volume
20,000 Carloads

Transload Facilities
Franklin, IN
Jeffersonville, IN
Seymour, IN

 

 
This page last updated on July 22, 2013