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Truck Gate Entrances

Dundalk Marine Terminal
2700 Broening Highway
Baltimore, Maryland 21222

Seagirt Marine Terminal
2600 Broening Highway
Baltimore, Maryland 21222

Comparative Truck Distances Chart

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From

Baltimore
Miles
KM

Philadelphia
Miles
KM

New York
Miles
KM

Norfolk
Miles
KM

Pittsburgh, PA

224
360

292
470

386
621

386
621

Indianapolis, IN

561
903

630
1014

721
1160

699
112

Buffalo, NY

347
558

356
573

372
599

544
875

Cleveland, OH

350
563

418
673

475
764

513
82

Columbus, OH

391
629

460
740

551
887

535
861

Cincinnati, OH

497
800

566
911

657
1057

598
962

Detroit, MI

503
809

571
919

631
1015

665
1070

Louisville, KY

598
962

667
1073

758
1220

641
1032

Chicago, IL

673
1083

741
1192

801
1289

835
1344

St. Louis, MO

795
1279

864
1390

955
1537

900
1448

Toronto, ON

461
741

461
741

474
763

646
1039



As you can see the Port of Baltimore is the closest east coast inland Port and your port of choice

Trucks at Seagirt Picture

Carrier and Trucking Services:


Contact:

Parto Mazdeyasni
Intermodal Trade Development
Phone: 410-385-4460
Fax: 410-333-1126
pmazdeyasni@marylandports.com

The Port of Baltimore is located minutes from I-95, the primary north/south route along the East Coast that includes six interstates. The port's highway networks keeps cargo moving to two-third's of the nation's population. And manufacturing bases in the United States and Canada are within an overnight truck drive. With new gate automation using the latest computer tracking system, the port's gates are built for speed.

MDOT MPA work closely with various state and federal agencies to ensure up-to-date rulings and regulations pertaining to motor carriers are abided by. Listed below are some agencies MDOT MPA interacts with on a daily basis that might be beneficial to carriers.

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