Transportation & Infrastructure
Centrally located within Michigan, our region moves products and people via water, road, and air. Proximity is an asset and from the Great Lakes Bay Region, major metros like Detroit and Chicago can be reached in a matter of hours, as well as international hubs like Windsor and Toronto.
One of the nation’s busiest highways, I-75, runs straight through the heart of the Great Lakes Bay Region. Other major arteries such as US-23 and US-127 provide easy access to the rest of the country.
A well-developed rail system connects the Great Lakes Bay Region with the rest of the country.
With direct access to Lake Huron via the Saginaw Bay, heavy freight can be transported to and from the region via waterways.
MBS International Airport rests conveniently between Midland, Bay City, and Saginaw. Its top destinations include Detroit, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Atlanta.