Direct barge service at Havana on the Illinois River from the Great Lakes to New Orleans. Barge
terminal service through Peoria Lock and Dam exceeds 36 million annually (includes grain,
coal, rock, petroleum and fertilizer). One Havana terminal has facilities for "Identify preserved"
bulk grain shipments.
State Routes – 78, 29, 97 – U.S. Routes 136.
- 33 miles to I-55 east of Havana connecting with Chicago and St. Louis.
- 25 miles to I-74 north of Mason County at Peoria; connecting west to Des Moines and east to Indianapolis.
- 15 miles to 1-55 to I-55 south or I-74 north
Illinois Midland -Mainline (NE/SW) through Pekin, Manito, Forest City, Havana, and Kilbourne. In addition, the following eight carriers service Pekin: BNSF, Canadian National - Illinois Central, Union Pacific, CSX, Rail America, Tazewell & Peoria Railroad, Norfolk Southern and Iowa Interstate
Motor Freight Carriers Servicing Area – 10
(Interstate – 10; Intrastate – 0; Terminals –2)
Runway:concrete 6500 feet
Serving:Chicago, St.Louis, Orlando, Minneapolis, New York
Freight:Continental Express, Emery, Trans World Express, Purolater Courier, Federal Express
Greater Peoria Regional Airport
Airport Type: commercial; 25 miles
Runway: asphalt; 8000 Feet
Serving: Chicago, St.Louis, Denver, Tampa, Cincinnati, Atlanta,
Kansas City, New York, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco
Freight: Airbourne Express, Emery Worldwide, Federal Express, Purolator Courier
Capitol Area Airport/ Springfield
Airport Type: commercial; 35 miles
Runway: concrete; 8000 feet
Serving: Chicago, St.Louis, Peoria, Champaign
Havana Regional Airport
Airport Type: commercial; 10 miles south of Havana on Route 97
Runway: sod, lighted
Airport Type: private; 5 miles north of Manito
Pekin Airport/ Byerly Aviation
Airport Type: city owned, municipal open Route 29
Runway: asphalt; 5000 feet - lighted
Airlines serving the Area:American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta, United, Northwest and ASA.