Location

Excellent location is a major component when it comes to the advantages of importing and exporting at the Port of Greater Baton Rouge. With access to the Mississippi River, Inland Rivers Waterway System and the U.S. Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, the Port of Greater Baton Rouge can link shippers to the world.


Directions to Port

U.S. Interstate 10 West:

From U.S. Interstate 10 Mississippi River Bridge westbound, remain in the middle lane on the bridge and take the Plaquemine exit (Exit 153). Immediately exiting the ramp, remain in the right lane and proceed straight to the port entrance. To enter port property, you must present a current driver's license, passport or TWIC card. The Administration Building is a brick building located on the river levee on your right.

U.S. Interstate 10 East:

From U.S. Interstate 10 eastbound, take Exit 153 just before crossing the U.S. Interstate 10 Mississippi River Bridge. Immediately exiting the ramp, remain in the right lane and proceed straight to the port entrance. To enter port property, you must present a current driver's license, passport or TWIC card. The Administration Building is a brick building located on the river levee on your right.

Physical Address for Administration Building:

 

2425 Ernest Wilson Drive
Port Allen, LA 70767
225.342.1660 phone
225.342.1666 fax
info@portgbr.com


Maps

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Lower Mississippi River Waterway System

Union Pacific Rail System

Rail Link Industrial Switching

Kansas City Southern Rail System

Canadian National Rail System