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Through the CSX Select Site Program, CSX is building a portfolio of “certified” rail-served sites throughout the CSX network. These properties are ready to accommodate larger, rail-served industrial end-users. The program will be limited to 20-30 sites, but as the Select Sites are developed, new sites will continue to be added to replenish the portfolio.
Candidate sites for the program must have attractive characteristics for industrial end-users and be free of “red flags” or barriers to a quick development timeline. Moreover, sites must be located in communities that are committed to attracting new industrial operations. The program’s site size is 100 to 1,000 developable acres.
To receive this designation, sites will need to meet a rigorous list of key criteria, including, but not limited to:
CSX has engaged Austin Consulting, the site selection division of The Austin Company, to administer the Select Site program.
If you have a large industrial site that you feel could be a CSX Select Site, please complete the following form: