Missouri’s central location has long been a major logistics advantage. Being within a day’s reach of half of U.S. households, manufacturing establishments and the agricultural heartland has motivated investment from a wide range of companies. But natural and long-held advantages can evaporate in the face of regional, national and global competition, especially if critical ongoing and new investments aren’t made.
Transportation2030: Making Missouri A Leading Logistics Hub analyzes Missouri’s transportation infrastructure assets individually and collectively, and provides a state blueprint to increase our logistics competitiveness. It highlights individual infrastructure assets’ strengths and weaknesses as well as revealing how Missouri stacks up against neighboring states and the nation.