A Premier Maritime Facility
The Port of Davisville located within the Quonset Business Park is Rhode Island’s premiere public port. With over $100 million in investments recently completed, the Port has modernized and expanded its port infrastructure to be a leader in offshore wind support and is one of the top 10 automobile importers in North America.
Strategically located near the mouth of Narragansett Bay, The Port of Davisville offers five terminals with 4,500 feet of berthing space and 235 acres of operating capacity.
Over 14 Miles of Track
The Quonset Business Park offers tenants and shippers the ability to utilize the Park’s extensive rail infrastructure. Comprised of over 14 miles of track that extends to almost all areas of the Park, Quonset’s rail-port-highway connections provide a cost-effective, hassle-free option for moving goods and materials.
Quonset’s rail lines handle over 5,000 carloads a year, including products directly from Pier 2 at the Port of Davisville. The designated rail operator for the Quonset Business Park is the Seaview Transportation Company.
A Civil-Military Public & General Aviation Airport
Quonset State Airport is a public-use facility located within the Quonset Business Park that combines port, rail, road, and air transportation facilities within the Business Park. It is home to both the Air and Army National Guard, which uses the facility for training and aviation operations. The airport is managed by the Rhode Island Airport Corporation and operated by AvPORTS.
- Passenger Terminal
- Courtesy Transportation
- Car Rentals
- Pilot Supplies Pilot Lounge
- Restrooms Hotel Reservations
- WSI Weather
The Park is serviced by three lines:
The QX (Quonset Express) with service from Pawtucket-Central Falls Transit Center, with stops in Garden City Cranston, and through the Quonset Business Park including stops at the business of Toray, Electric Boat, Ocean State Job Lot, NORAD Inc., Kohls, and Cargill.
Route 16 connects the Community College of Rhode Island and the New England Institute of Technology to the Quonset Business Park
Route 14 runs through the West Bay connecting Providence, Newport, and Narragansett to the Quonset Business Park.
Quonset Point Terminal Ferry
Rhode Island Fast Ferry operates a high-speed ferry from the Quonset Business Park at the Quonset Point Terminal providing a high-speed ferry service to and from Oak Bluffs Martha’s Vineyard. The ferry operates from May through October.
Additionally, the Quonset Point Terminal provides transportation to the offshore wind industry through Atlantic Wind Transfers, LLC.