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Transportation

For more than 100 years, the Detroit region’s well connected transportation infrastructure has served the automotive industy’s supply chain and is well positioned to become the next transportation logistics hub. With a vastly integrated highway and freeway system, seven international border crossings, five major airports and several airfields, four public transportation authorities, a deep water marine port and eight rail yards, people and goods move easily throughout the region, United States and North America.

Maps

Interstates

  • I-75 runs north from Florida to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
  • I-94 runs west from Port Huron, through Detroit, to Montana.
  • I-96 runs northwest from downtown Detroit to Grand Rapids and Muskegon.

Airports

Border

The Detroit Region offers three passenger border crossings into Canada. For information on documentation regarding crossing the border, visit read the U.S. Custom’s and Border Protection brochure Know Before You Go.

Port of Detroit

  • Two full-service terminals, a liquid-bulk terminal and a bulk facility and a single-dock facility which can handle up to 10 ocean-going vessels at a time.
  • Fully equipped to handle all types of cargo.

Public Transit

Contact
    • Angela
    • Ladetto
    • Director of Research
    • aladetto@detroitchamber.com
    • 313.596.0418
    • Christyn
    • Lucas
    • Business Research Analyst
    • clucas@detroitchamber.com
    • 313.596.0372

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