At the Port of Beaumont, your cargo
is only a ship, train or truck away from its destination
Beaumont is more than just the crossroads of Southeast Texas. It is a gateway between the lower Mississippi Valley, the Southern Great Plains and western United States, and a node in a transportation grid that links it with all of North America.
At the Port of Beaumont, customers can take advantage of this detailed network of railways, roadways and waterways.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe - connects the Port of Beaumont with the U.S. mostly west of the Mississippi River.
Kansas City Southern - links the port with the American Midwest and Mexico.
Union Pacific - offers rail links through the Mississippi Valley , Great Plains and western U.S.
Intracoastal Waterway - This canal links the Port of Beaumont with cities between Brownsville, Texas and Florida, and intersects with major inland waterways such as the Mississippi River and the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway. TheGulf Intracoastal Canal Association advocates for the canal's interests.
Major Highway Connection
Interstate 10 - Major east-west highway that links Beaumont with major cities such as Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans and Jacksonville. Connections in those cities reach all corners of the U.S.
U.S. Highway 90 - An east-west route that follows Interstate 10 closely and provides alternate routes to Houston and points westward, and Louisiana's coastal chemical and industrial corridor to the east.
U.S. Highway 69 - Links Beaumont with Lufkin, Tyler, Dallas-Ft. Worth. This highway ends in Minnesota.
U.S. Highway 96 - conducts traffic northward toward Shreveport and connects with U.S. Highway 59 in Northeast Texas.
U.S. Highway 287 - leads to Dallas-Ft. Worth and continues through Amarillo and Denver, Colo. and into the Rocky Mountain region.