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The Hoosier Energy service territory can provide your business with low-cost, efficient transportation options and supply chain management and connect you to markets all over the world.

Air Service for Indiana

  • Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (adjacent to Indiana)
  • DHL cargo super hub – Cincinnati, Ohio (adjacent to Indiana)
  • Evansville Regional Airport
  • FedEx Express national hub – Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Indianapolis International Airport
  • Louisville International Airport (adjacent to Indiana)
  • UPS Worldport worldwide air hub – Louisville, Kentucky (adjacent to Indiana)

Air Service for Illinois

  • Chicago Midway International Airport
  • Chicago O’Hare International Airport

Highways in Indiana and Illinois

More highways intersect in Indiana than any other state, and Illinois adds to the connections. Maximizing your supply chain opportunities throughout the U.S. is simple.

  • Interstate 69 – Currently connects Indianapolis, Indiana to Port Huron, Michigan and the Canadian border. Now under construction: Connection from Indianapolis to Evansville, Indiana. Proposed future route: Continuation south to the Mexico border.
  • Interstate 65 – Runs from Gary, Indiana in the Northwest, south through Indianapolis and Louisville, Kentucky. Continues south to Mobile, Alabama. I-65 is also the main connection between Indianapolis and the Chicago metro area to the north.
  • Interstate 70 – This east-west interstate runs directly through Indianapolis, Indiana, connects with I-57 in Illinois (to lead to Chicago), and continues west to Utah.
  • Interstate 64 – Paramount for southern Indiana and Illinois transportation. Runs from St. Louis, Missouri, through Indiana, to Louisville, Kentucky, and Virginia Beach, Virginia.
  • Interstate 74 – Runs southeast from Iowa through Indianapolis, Indiana. Offers direct access to Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Interstate 55/Interstate 57 – Integral to Illinois transportation. Connects Chicago, Illinois; Springfield, Missouri; St. Louis, Missouri; Memphis, Tennessee; and New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Interstate 8 – This east-west Interstate provides direct access to the metros of Cleveland, Ohio; Des Moines, Iowa; Omaha, Nebraska; Lincoln, Nebraska; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Sacramento, California.

Rail Service

Indiana and Illinois offer extensive rail transportation options. Indiana ranks 4th in total freight railroads with 41.


  • Three international ports
  • 400 miles of navigable waterways
  • Indiana is home to the only statewide port system that connects the global economy to the Midwest via the Great Lakes and Ohio-Mississippi river system