Regional Transportation
Michigan Department of Transportation
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) Web site contains detailed information on planned highway improvement projects.
SEMCOG Regional Transportation Planning Information
Southeastern Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) Transportation Planning contains a wealth of information, including the 2030 Regional Transportation Improvement Plan.
Driving Time Calculator for city to city travel in Michigan.
Oakland County Major Highways and Railroads
Oakland County Road Projects Underway or Planned
The Road Commission for Oakland County provides a listing of county road improvement projects.
Detroit Metro Airport is the largest airport in Michigan, with every major airline providing daily service for businesses and residents. This airport ranks second nationally in customer satisfaction of airports with 30 million passengers per year or more and is the 10th busiest airport in the country.
Flint/Bishop Airport is located 30 minutes north of Pontiac. It offers non-stop service to 11 major hubs from its three runways, convenient parking, and a variety of airport amenities including a complimentary business center.
Oakland County International Airport is the premiere corporate and general aviation airport serving Oakland County, Metro Detroit, and Southeast Michigan.
Oakland Troy Airport and Southwest Airport are one-runway facilities used primarily for chartered passenger flights and air freight transportation.
Public Transportation
SMART Public Transportation System
SMART provides public transportation services throughout Oakland County.
Rail Lines Serving Oakland County
CSX offers class-one industrial/commercial freight shipping from Wixom, Michigan to Detroit or Chicago.
CN (Canadian National Railway) operates class-one industrial/commercial freight shipping from Birmingham to Detroit or Windsor, Ontario.
Amtrak Passenger Rail Service has stations in the Michigan cities of Birmingham, Pontiac and Royal Oak for trains traveling to Chicago Union Station and points in between.
Rail Lines in Michigan (file size 1M)

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