Linked to major markets by Interstate 94 (known as “The Main Street of the Upper Midwest”), major highways, the Norfolk Southern rail system, and several regional and international airports, Albion is within overnight shipping range of one-half the population of the United States and Canada
East/West I-94 (exits 121 & 124): Chicago 186 mi., Detroit 91 mi., Canadian border 97 mi.
North/South I-69: Indianapolis 214 mi.
North/South US-127: Lansing 47 mi., Ohio border 62 mi.
North/South M-99: Lansing 36 mi.
East/West M-60: Jackson approx. 18 mi., I-69 approx. 18 mi.
Albion is right in the heart of the heartland – major Midwest markets are just a few hours away.
Intercity bus service provided by Greyhound.
Albion is connected to the national rail passenger system. Amtrak makes stops daily in Albion. Albion’s rail freight needs are served by Norfolk Southern.
Detroit Metro – International (80 mi.)
Reynolds Field, Jackson – Regional (15 mi.)
W.K. Kellogg Airport, Battle Creek – Regional/Inland Port of Entry, Foreign Trade Zone (30 mi.)
Kalamazoo-Battle Creek International Airport – Jet passenger service (43 miles)