ALABAMA & TENNESSEE RIVER RAILWAY, LLC
ATN operates over 120 miles of track extending from Birmingham, Alabama to the rail barge terminal at the Port of Guntersville, Alabama. ATN interchanges with CSXT at Boyles Yard in Birmingham, AL and with Norfolk Southern (NS) at Alabama City, AL.
43425 Forrest Avenue
Gadsden, Alabama 35904
CSXT – BIRMINGHAM, AL
NS – ALABAMA CITY, AL
General Freight Tariff 5000-Effective 01.01.2020
ATN Rate Tariff 8001 Effective_04.01.2022
ATN Rate Tariff 8001 Effective 01.01.2023
ATN Transporation Rate Tariff 01.01.2020
Quarterly Fuel Surcharge Report
— No Rail? No Problem. —
Through transloading, cargo can seamlessly move between truck and rail. Simply move your product by short haul truck to a nearby rail transload facility where it can be transferred to a rail car. No investment in your own track is required.
— Railcar —
Storage And Repair
Omnitrax delivers railcar storage and switching solutions that are both secure and cost-effective. Our car storage staff will work with you to discover the finest location to fit your needs.
Short-term and long term options for loaded or empty cars
Locations in 16 states and 2 provinces with interchanges to UP, BNSF, NS, CSX, KCS, CP, and CN
One point of contact for easy negotiations and management
Safety focused operations with extensive knowledge of federal rules and regulations
— Our Rail Ready Program —
Industrial Site Development
The Northeast Region of Alabama is situated near several major markets including Birmingham, Atlanta, Memphis, and Nashville.
The strategic location allows quick access to major Eastern and Gulf ports, providing strategic access to international markets.
Almost 50 percent of the U.S. population is within 500 miles of the Gadsden Plus Region. Additionally, 35 percent of all U.S. Fortune 500 headquarters are within a day’s drive of the region.
The Growing Alabama Act is an inventive mechanism allowing Alabama taxpayers to receive various tax credits (income, state, insurance, & utility) in return for providing cash contributions to local Economic Development Organizations.
The Alabama Jobs Act provides discretionary tax credits and cash rebates for opportunities bringing new net jobs and/or capital investment in State-defined targeted counties for growth.
Alabama’s Workforce Training Program (AIDT) is a state agency under the Alabama Department of Commerce providing