A transport terminal is composed of a set of intermodal infrastructures taking advantage of a geographical location, conferring a higher level of accessibility to local, regional and global markets. Depending on the mode being considered, terminals are bound to various degrees to their sites. For instance, maritime transportation terminals are particularly dependent on local conditions, especially for large port activities, which can be accommodated in a limited number of locations. Reduced terminal costs have had a major impact on transportation and international trade. Using the capacity offered by rail transportation requires purposely designed terminals where passengers can embark and disembark and where freight can be transferred. One of the important growth factors of rail transportation has been its closer integration with maritime shipping. The runway remains one of the most vital elements of air transportation, as it dictates the capacity of the system. The growth of e-commerce is having a substantial impact on air cargo operations.