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Springfield-Branson National Airport (SGF)
Springfield-Branson National Airport is the primary air connection to the national and international markets, serving 10, non-stop destinations:

Dallas/Fort Worth
Las Vegas
Los Angeles

The Midfield Terminal was completed in 2009 and currently has 10 gates in operation, with room for 60 at full operation.

The Springfield-Branson National Airport also serves as a foreign trade zone which is an economic incentives program to facilitate international trade. The cargo facility associated with the FTZ is utilized by UPS, FedEx, BAX Global, U.S. Customs, and Eagle Global Logistics.

General aviation at SGF serves all additional flights that are not part of the scheduled passenger flights or related to cargo.

Downtown Airport
The Downtown Airport is one of the first airports in the Ozarks region, has one runway, and can accommodate most modern private aircraft.

Goods Movement

The Ozarks Transportation Organization region is primarily served by BNSF Railway Company, though Missouri & Northern Arkansas Railroad Company also operates within the region. The Partnership Industrial Center and several industries, including the City Utilities power plants, are served by rail.

The Railroad Reconfiguration and Grade Separation Study is the current implementation plan for addressing rail and traffic concerns in the OTO region.  One key project is the grade separation with James River Freeway and the construction of the US 60/65 interchange. The grade separation at Chestnut, Division, and Cherry is a phased project. The Chestnut grade separation is currently being scoped and designed, with construction planned as a cost-share project for 2014 and 2015.

The trucking and warehousing industry accounts for nearly 5 percent of the jobs in the OTO region. Local trucking firms are located mostly in northeast Springfield. I-44 has some of the highest truck volumes in Missouri. Missouri Department of Transportation currently provides 17 spaces for truck parking in Strafford, along I-44. The highest truck volumes on the OTO highway network are on I-44 and US 65. In 2007, I-44 even carried more tonnage than I-70.


Journey 2035, CH 9; Aviation (pdf)
Journey 2035, CH 10; Goods Movement (pdf)
Railroad Reconfiguration Study,
November 2006 (40.7MB pdf)

Springfield-Branson National Airport Destinations
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
BNSF Railway
Union Pacific
Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT)