The Port is a major deep-draft coastal harbor with more than 1.5 million tons of cargo crossing the bar annually, making the Coos Bay harbor the busiest seaport in Oregon. It has a safe entrance bar, an experienced maritime labor force, a wide range of maritime services, and a short (15 mile) navigation channel. These factors assure that inbound and outbound cargoes move efficiently through the harbor's marine terminals to both domestic and international markets.
- TransPacific Parkway provides access for industrial operations and marine terminals on the North Spit of lower Coos Bay to the state and federal highway system via U.S. Highway 101, the major north-south highway corridor on the Oregon coast.
- Freight rail service is provided by the Port through CBR, which is operated by an experienced short line railroad operating company through a management agreement with the Port. The CBR interchanges with Union Pacific Railroad and several short line carriers in Eugene, Oregon.
- Southwest Oregon Regional Airport, a commercial service passenger and freight airport, is located in North Bend and is a key factor in enhancing economic development efforts in the Coos Bay-North Bend area and surrounding region.