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|Distance From Salem in highway miles…
|US Hwy 63
|US Interstate 44, Rolla MO
|Jefferson City, MO
|St. Louis, MO
|St. Louis, MO Port Authority
|Kansas City, MO
|Port of New Orleans, LA
Salem is less than thirty minutes from Interstate 44, and is served by Missouri Highways 72, 32, 19, and 68.Click Here for a map showing Salem's HighwaysThe Salem Municipal Airport is a public-use, unmanned, general aviation airport. The airport is undergoing continuous improvements with grant funding through the Federal Aviation Administration.
Waynesville - St. Robert Regional Airport (TBN) - 43 miles
The WSRA has been serving the Fort Leonard Wood Region for over 50 years. We provide air transportation for everyone in the region, including Soldiers, military families, government employees, and regional citizens.
Spirit of St. Louis Airport (KSUS) - 108 miles
Spirit of St. Louis Airport has been the Business Aviation Center of the Midwest for more than 50 years. Much more than just a place to land, it is a benefit-packed resource for pilots, passengers, and businesses that use and serve general aviation. Spirit provides the environment and physical assets necessary to meet and maintain world-class aviation support services, specifically designed to meet your needs.
St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL) -127 miles
St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL) became one of the first municipally owned airports in the country in 1928. The Airport currently provides connections to more than 70 non-stop destinations on nine commercial airline carriers. STL operates more than 250 daily departures per day in addition to cargo and general aviation traffic. In 2016, nearly 14 million passengers traveled through STL.
Springfield-Branson National Airport (SGF) - 142 miles
From Los Angeles to Orlando, we fly to twelve nonstop destinations, including five of the nation’s largest hub airports. Nearly every major airport in the world is just one stop away, but you’ll feel right at home with the SGF community of travel-knowledgeable staff and friendly local fliers.
St. Louis Port Authority
The St. Louis region’s port system is the second-largest inland port system in the United States, and was ranked the most efficient port system by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (2018 data). The St. Louis regional port system is responsible for 8% of the 855 miles of the Mississippi River, but carries one-third of the river’s total freight. In 2018, the region’s barge industry handled more than 534,000 tons per mile – more than 2.5 times more efficient than the closest competitor.
Port of New Orleans
The Port of New Orleans is a diverse deep-water port uniquely located on the Mississippi River near the Gulf of Mexico. This naturally strategic location allows unparalleled access to 30-plus major inland hubs such as Memphis, Chicago and Canada via 14,500 miles of waterways, six Class I railroads and interstate roadways. The alignment with New Orleans Public Belt Railroad strengthens our position as an integrated hub and supports our vision for regional freight-based economic development.