in the heart of the Northwest, the Port of
Morrow is strategically connected to the world
through Columbia River barges, railroads and
freeways. View the Port of Morrow transportation
The Union Pacific Mainline passes right through
the Boardman Industrial Park, allowing local industries
access to the largest hump yard west of the Mississippi.
Connections to the north and south complete the
efficient rail hub.
The most economical transportation mode, Columbia
River barges put cargo within 24 hours of ocean-going
freighters in Portland. Tidewater Terminal in
the Boardman Industrial Park is the largest container
terminal upriver from Portland.
Both the Boardman and Airport Industrial Parks
offer access to the east-west I-84 as well as
north-south I-82. National common carriers and
local contract carriers serve the Parks.
A central feature of the Airport Industrial Park
is the 4,200 foot runway, with the ability to
accommodate 727s. Corporate jets and light general
aviation aircraft use the airport regularly. We
are continually making upgrades to the facility,
based on a long-range plan, to better serve local