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Caddo Parish is connected globally by a multi-modal transportation system of ports, interstates, U.S. highways, rail, and air service. 
  • Interstate 20 crosses four Gulf States
  • Interstate 49 is a north-south intrastate connector
  • Interstate 69 road project proposes to create a transcontinental federal interstate, connecting the U.S. to Canada and Mexico. Current plans for I-69 around Shreveport, also known as (SIU 15), are to build a new freeway bypassing the urbanized areas and creating a completed loop for the Inner Loop Expressway
  • Served by three Class 1 railways, Union Pacific, Kansas City Southern Railway and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway
  • The Caddo-Bossier Port is connected to deep water ports in South Louisiana, including the Port of South Louisiana in Baton Rouge, LA and the Port of New Orleans (two of the busiest ports in the nation) through tributaries that flow into the Mississippi River. Additionally, the Caddo-Bossier Port can reach the Port of Houston through the Atchafalaya River and Intracoastal Waterway within 6 to 7 days. 
  • Shreveport Regional Airport is recognized as the second busiest air cargo airport in Louisiana. FedEx Express and United Parcel Service operate daily service and major Airlines and their affiliates offer direct flights to many major U.S. hub airports.