Discover multimodal speed and access.

While Durant’s location puts major markets within easy reach, a multimodal logistical menu provides flexibility and effective cost control.

Highway: Ship with omnidirectional ease and speed through the east-west U.S. Highway 70 which intersects with I-35, and the north-south US Highway 69/75 which intersects with I-40. Highway 69 also intersects with I-44.


  • G&W Kiamichi Railroad
    The 264-mile G&W Kiamichi Railroad offers the best of Class III advantages: A short line with local convenience and service backed by the global resources of Genesee & Wyoming, owner and leaser of 116 railroads worldwide. Kiamichi connects with both Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe, the nation’s two largest Class I carriers.
  • Union Pacific
    Rolling out more than 32,000 miles in 23 Western U.S. states, UP assures superb access with blanket coverage of Western U.S. markets, and with links to Canada’s rail system, Pacific and Gulf Coast ports, and all of Mexico’s gateways. UP also goes to great lengths in dependable track and equipment quality, evidenced by a $35 billion infrastructure investment over the last 10 years.
  • Burlington Northern Santa Fe
    From Atlanta to Oakland, from Vancouver to New Orleans, BNSF stretches Class I service across the U.S. and into Canada as one of the nation’s prime movers of coal, agricultural, consumer, and industrial products. In 2019, the carrier hauled 1.9 million carloads of industrial products and 5.3 million intermodal shipments.


  • Eaker Field at Durant Regional Airport
    With a runway recently expanded to 6,800 feet long x 100 feet wide and exciting new developments ahead, Durant’s airport is truly taking off. Currently, 24-hour fuel services and a pilots’ lounge and flight planning room are only a few of the services and amenities available at the airport, which is named in honor of Southeastern Oklahoma State University alumnus Ira Eaker, commander of multiple national and international air forces during World War II.
  • Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
    Just 85 miles away, DFW Airport is the largest hub for American Airlines and the second largest airline hub in the U.S, offering passenger service to 67 international and 193 domestic destinations. In 2019, DFW shipped 971,000 tons of cargo, serving 14 of the top 20 major cargo hubs.
  • Will Rogers World Airport
    Just 119 miles away, the Will Rogers Airport is Oklahoma’s busiest commercial airport, offering passenger service through 10 carriers and cargo service through FedEx, Martinaire, and UPS Airlines.


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