It offers ready access to railheads and major roadways, including Interstate 35 and U.S. Highways 2 and 53. The terminal is the second to be opened by Old Dominion in Minnesota this year, following inauguration of an eight-door service center in Benson. In another company announcement, Old Dominion has opened a 64-door facility to serve increased freight traffic in Southern California. Built on four acres in the city of Orange, it is strategically located near railheads, ports and highways, including Interstate 5 and California Highways 22, 55, 57 and 91. Remodeled from an existing facility, the Orange center will provide service to more than a dozen cities in the area. Old Dominion has committed between $90m and $120m to real estate purchases and expansion projects in 2012.
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