BNSF introduces groundbreaking agriculture shuttle service, dedicated trains moving grains between high-capacity origins and destinations.
BNSF Mexico established, with Mexi-Modal intermodal service launched.
BNSF opens the Stockton Intermodal Facility to accommodate traffic in Southern California.
BNSF opens Logistics Park Chicago (LPC). BNSF pioneered the logistics park concept back in 1993 with an intermodal facility in north Fort Worth at Alliance, Texas. By positioning the intermodal hub as the centerpiece, with distribution centers strategically located nearby, customers streamline their supply chain by substantially lowering transportation costs, fuel costs, and carbon emissions.
BNSF opens the Commerce Intermodal Facility in Southern California.
BNSF adds 14 miles of third main line track in the Powder River Basin region.
BNSF opens Logistics Center Fontana, enabling increased access to California markets.
BNSF ships a record 10M+ units for the first time.
BNSF establishes itself as the leading intermodal railway by surpassing one million containers loaded at Southern California On-Dock (SCOD) facilities in a calendar year.
BNSF completes major triple-tracking project through the Cajon Pass in California to speed intermodal shipments on the Southern Transcon.
BNSF completes double-tracking on a key segment of the Southern Transcon through the Abo Canyon in New Mexico.
BNSF opens its Memphis Intermodal Facility, which utilizes innovative zero emissions wide-span electric cranes.
BNSF completes its Burlington Bridge project with a new 365-foot-long lift-span bridge in Burlington, Iowa.
BNSF opens Logistics Park Kansas City, the only facility on our network with domestic intermodal service, international intermodal service and direct rail/carload service.
BNSF adds 55 miles of double track in the Glasgow Subdivision in western North Dakota.
BNSF adds 10 new sidings and 11 new siding extensions on the Northern Corridor.
BNSF completes the Tower 55 project in Fort Worth, enabling it to handle more than 30% more volume at one of the busiest rail intersections in the country.
BNSF opens Logistics Center Sweetwater, the first of several facilities where BNSF invests directly in developing sites in growing, yet under-served areas, enabling carload customers to save nine months of development time.
BNSF launched its Site Certification project to identify optimal rail-served industrial sites for customers. Choosing a BNSF Certified Site saves customers 6-9 months of construction time and increases speed to market.
BNSF launches new domestic intermodal service linking the Pacific Northwest and Texas.
BNSF customers invest $7.7B in rail-served facilities; the 124 projects include Iowa Fertilizer Company investing $3B in a rail-served fertilizer plant.
BNSF adds a fourth main line of track in Amarillo, Texas, a major crew-change point, increasing fluidity and preventing congestion.
BNSF opens Logistics Center Oklahoma City.
BNSF extends intermodal service options between LA and Chicago and begins new intermodal service between LA and the Ohio Valley region.
Work begins to install double-track on one of the last remaining single-tracked segments of the Southern Transcon on the Emporia subdivision in Kansas.
BNSF opens Logistics Center Hudson, serving shippers in the greater Denver area.
BNSF expands intermodal service between Southern California and the Ohio Valley region.
Customer Investment Spotlight: Base, Inc. opens new transload facility at Logistics Center Oklahoma City.
BNSF launches direct intermodal service between the Pacific Northwest and the Ohio Valley Region and intermodal service options between Southern California and Georgia.
BNSF expands direct intermodal service between Los Angeles and St. Louis and between Houston and Chicago and Southern California.
BNSF designates 4 new Certified Sites, bringing the total to 33 across 14 states and 1 Canadian province.
BNSF completes Sandpoint Bridge project, adding a second bridge over Lake Pend Oreille in Idaho to increase fluidity on the Northern Corridor.
BNSF completes a rail bypass in Willmar, Minnesota, enabling trains to move up to an hour faster through the area.
BNSF customers invest $1.6B in rail-served facilities, including the Northwest Seaport Alliance and partners investing more than $.5B dollars to modernize Terminal 5 at the Port of Seattle.
BNSF announces plans for the new Barstow International Gateway, a first-of-its-type $1.5B integrated rail facility that will expedite container shipments from the ports of LA and Long Beach and enhance supply chain efficiency across the network.
BNSF breaks ground on Logistics Center North Houston in Cleveland, Texas.
$3.9B capital investment plan includes expansion projects such as building a second bridge over the Missouri River at Sibley, MO and adding double track near Spokane, WA.
More than 34,000 acres have been added to the Economic Development Strategic Program since 2015.
BNSF to open Logistics Center North Houston at Cleveland.