Micro-Land Bridge

A Micro-Land Bridge is an intermodal movement in which the shipment is moved from a foreign country to the U.S. by water and then moved across the U.S. by railroad to an interior, non-port city, or vice versa for exports from a non-port city.



  • Infrastructure is needed to support this type of movement.
  • It can be difficult to coordinate different modes of transportation.

The Micro-Land Bridge is a great option for logistics companies that are looking to reduce costs and increase efficiency.

Related Links

Micro-Land Bridge – SCM wiki
Types of Landbridges – The Geography of Transport Systems

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