The River Ridge Commerce Center provides easy access to major interstates, airports, riverports and railways from its location in the heart of the United States.

Access by Interstates

River Ridge is adjacent to the center of North America’s automobile universe, referred to as the Southern Auto Corridor.  Interstate I-65 is considered the spine of the corridor and runs from Kentucky down through Alabama.

Companies at River Ridge enjoy easy access to major interstates, including I-265, I-71, I-64 and I-65. The commerce center is immediately adjacent to the recently constructed Lewis and Clark Bridge, which connects southern Indiana to the east end of Louisville, Kentucky

Access by River Ports

Indiana’s three ports in Burns Harbor, Mount Vernon and Jeffersonville are all connected by the Inland Waterway System via the Ohio, Mississippi and Illinois rivers and have year-round access to international ships through the ports in New Orleans. River Ridge sits adjacent to the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville with access to major North American freight transportation arteries.

The Ports of Indiana is a statewide port authority operating two ports on the Ohio River and one on Lake Michigan. Ideally situated on two major North American freight transportation arteries – the Great Lakes and the Inland Waterway System – the state’s three ports are located in Burns Harbor, Mt. Vernon and Jeffersonville.

The Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville, located across the river from Louisville, Kentucky, opened in 1985 and has been one of the fastest-growing ports on the Ohio River

With access to the Ohio River at the center of the U.S. population, this port provides a sustainable competitive advantage for businesses that handle agricultural products, provide logistics services or process steel for auto and appliance manufacturers.

Access by Rail

The River Ridge Railroad makes rail operations efficient and affordable. With nearly 2,000 acres set aside for rail development, two on-campus rail yards and connections to the national rail and barge systems, River Ridge can accommodate a variety of rail needs.

The River Ridge Railroad is operated by OmniTRAX, one of the fastest-growing private railroad companies in North America. OmniTRAX makes rail easy – offering first/last mile service with a commitment to reliability, flexibility and cost savings. Together, River Ridge and OmniTRAX can help you with:

  • Quick and customized rail design, engineering and construction
  • Railcar switching
  • Transload services
  • Railcar cleaning, maintenance and storage
  • Industrial development solutions

Access by Air

Just 25 minutes away from River Ridge, the Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport is a low-fare airport that draws travelers within a 200-mile radius of the city. The airport offers nonstop service to more than 22 destinations and convenient connections to cities worldwide. The airport accommodated more than 4.2 million passengers in 2019 and ranks second in North America—and fourth in the world—in the total amount of cargo handled as home of United Parcel Service (UPS) World Port, the companies largest international air-sorting hub. The airport handled more than 6.15 billion pounds of cargo, freight and mail in 2019. Louisville International is situated on approximately 1,500 acres and consists of three runways, with more than 62,000 linear feet of taxiways.

The Clark Regional Airport serves Clark County, Indiana and the Louisville Metro area. It is owned by the Clark Regional Aviation Authority. The airport has two runways, the longest of which is 7,000 feet. The facility is at an elevation of 474 feet and is at a distance of about 5 miles north of Jeffersonville, Indiana and 7 miles north of Louisville, Kentucky.