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Transportation

Located within 500 miles of one-third of the nation’s population, the St. Louis region has a highly developed logistics infrastructure offering efficient connections.

Global businesses in St. Louis can easily manufacture and distribute products throughout the nation and the world.

The St. Louis Regional Freightway district, created in 2015, works to enhance the St. Louis area as an international freight hub by coordinating development efforts, marketing the region’s freight assets and capabilities and linking the public and private sectors.

Greater St. Louis has a robust trade, transportation and warehousing sector comprising more than 6,300 establishments and more than 105,000 employees. Of the total employment in the transportation sector, 2,000 businesses and more than 51,000 workers are in the transportation and warehousing sectors with over 57,000 employees and 4,200 firms in wholesale trade.

Highlighted Properties

View available properties in St. Louis best suited to the transportation industry below. Click on each photo to learn more about the property.

America's Central Port
1201 W First St. | Granite City, IL.
Gateway Commerce Center
5715 Inner Park Dr. | Edwardsville, IL.
WeWork
one Metropolitan Square | St. Louis, MO.
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