Kansas has access to 122 miles of the Missouri River along the northeast corner of the state. There are eight commercial terminals located near Atchison, Leavenworth, Lansing, White Cloud and Kansas City. The Port of Kansas City, Woodswether Terminal, is located within a mile of downtown Kansas City and the interstate highway loop at river mile 367.1 on the south bank of the Missouri River. The seven-acre terminal recently underwent two significant phases of construction to address infrastructure ingress/egress and warehousing repairs. Foodstuffs, fertilizer, scrap steel, cement and other raw materials, as well as machinery, compose the bulk of shipments. The shipping season generally lasts between eight and nine months. The Port of Catoosa, an inland seaport located near Tulsa, Oklahoma, is approximately 50 miles from the Kansas border. The South Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad and the BNSF Railway provide direct rail access to the Port. It is a year-round, economical alternative to other means of travel and is especially advantageous to businesses manufacturing large goods that need to be assembled prior to shipping. The port has been approved for a $6.4 million grant of federal funds for a $13 million rehabilitation of the main dock.