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Future Considerations

Tri-County is currently in the early stages of planning for passenger air travel. As a regional international airport, the Capital Region International Airport (LAN) provides direct access to many of the nation’s major hub airports on a daily basis. We are studying improved access for both passengers and freight into and out of the airport. The results of the airport access study efforts will be included in the 2045 MTP.

 

The 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan will continue long-standing efforts to provide access to passenger rail opportunities in the region. Currently, passenger rail is provided by AMTRAK via the Bluewater line.  Passengers have daily access to trains servicing Chicago to Port Huron. Two additional daily trips are available via bus connector to the Wolverine line serving the Detroit – Chicago corridor.

Multimodal Gateway

Passenger Air & Rail; Private Bussing

Michigan Coast-to-Coast Rail Study

Midwest Regional Rail Initiative

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PASSENGER RAIL

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PASSENGER AIR

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