A USPS regional destination facility is typically located in a city or area of a town, from which delivery operations to the postal offices can be organized. The regional destination facility acts as a warehousing and distribution sector within a particular area of responsibility.
The USPS delivery service operates a wide net of regional destination facilities, which handle the majority of transactions happening between the senders, the receivers, and the company as an intermediary platform. USPS concerns itself with safe and secure deliveries of various goods from one location to another. At the same time, conducting these operations from a singular, central distribution facility is impossible, as it would have to house a great amount of delivery units as well as employees, trucks, etc.
This would dramatically increase the costs, waiting times, lag, and chances of damage and misplacement. Regional destination facilities, on the other hand, deliver and receive parcels to and from a particular locality, before working together with post offices to make sure the goods reach their final destination.
Every locality tends to have one or several of such facilities, depending on how many individuals live there or how much traffic USPS gets to and from that area.
Typically, when a message arrives that a package or a parcel has been delivered to the USPS regional destination facility, it means that one can pick it up within a day or two at the local postal office, or spend up to 90 minutes driving in order to get it from the center itself. The latter might be more convenient for individuals who do not want to wait for the post office to make the final delivery.