Intermodal Facility Law and Legal Definition

According to 23 CFR 500.703 [Title 23. Highways; Chapter I Federal Highway Administration, Department Of Transportation; Subchapter F Transportation Infrastructure Management; Part 500 Management And Monitoring Systems, Subpart G Intermodal Facilities And Systems Management System ], ‘intermodal facility’ means “a transportation element that accommodates and interconnects different modes of transportation and serves intrastate, interstate, and international movement of people and goods. Intermodal facilities include, but are not limited to, highway elements providing terminal access, coastal, inland and Great Lakes ports, canals, pipeline farms, airports, marine and/or rail terminals, major truck terminals, transit terminals including park and ride facilities, intercity bus terminals.”