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SPLC Online™ is the electronic, interactive tool providing you with Standard Point Location Code® (SPLC™) information on the Internet. Once you log in, you can search the entire SPLC database that presently contains over 214,000 records for locations in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
SPLC is specifically designed to provide each transportation origin and destination point in North America with a unique 9-digit code number to identify the point with its geographic location. The code sequence is: State — County — City — Sub-Code. Once you have identified the SPLC you are looking for, the SPLC Detail Page provides you with the SPLC, Location (point), County and State or Province.
- User friendly search functions
- Easy look-up by SPLC number and point name (cities, towns, villages, military facilities, railroad billing stations & junctions, and industrial locations)
- Partial name searches
- Advanced filtering options
- Ability to create a “screen print” of a record
Why we made the switch to Online.
SPLC Online allows you to easily search the entire database to obtain the correct SPLC information. And you no longer have to wait for the printed supplements or the biannual directory to get the latest point additions and revisions. With the latest information and user-friendly search functions, identifying the correct SPLC is easier than ever.
How can you access SPLC Online?
You can access SPLC Online from anywhere you have an internet connection. It is that simple. You may also purchase multiple seats at a discounted price so that all necessary personnel can have access to the needed information right at their fingertips.
The Standard Point Location Code® (SPLC™) is copyrighted and is protected by the laws of the United States and other countries. Publication or reproduction of the SPLC, in whole or in part, in any public forum, such as a website, or the creation of any derivative works from the SPLC without specific licensing, is strictly prohibited.