Road, Water, Rail, & Air
Located in the heart of the Midwest, a convergence of highways, railways and waterways have long made Toledo a central transportation hub. And with nearly $1 billion in recent transportation infrastructure improvements, Toledo is ideally positioned to be a key center of commerce for decades to come.
Convenience goes beyond commerce. Getting to work, getting to school, even getting away is also easy. Whether you’re traveling across town or across the region, everything you need or desire is only minutes away. Best of all, the low cost of living makes the Toledo Region every bit as affordable as it is accessible.
Located at the crossroads of two of the most traveled interstates in the U.S. (I-80/90 and I-75), it’s easy to get around the Toledo Region.
Whether you’re looking to move cargo or visit the Lake Erie islands, our location on Lake Erie and the Maumee River offers opportunities for both commerce and fun.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Plaza is one of the last union stations constructed in the United States. Hundreds of passengers travel daily via Toledo to get to destinations such as Chicago, Buffalo, NY and Washington D.C., making the plaza one of Ohio’s busiest passenger rail hubs.
Toledo Express Airport offers a crowd-free and easy alternative to larger, less convenient airports with service from two major airlines.
Allegiant flies nonstop to:
- Phoenix-Mesa, AZ (AZA)
- Fort Myers/Punta Gorda, FL (PGD)
- Orlando/Sanford, FL (SFB)
- Tampa/St. Pete, FL (PIE)
Detroit Metro Airport located just 40 miles north of Toledo, is one of the largest air transportation hubs in the United States. It is Delta Air Lines' second-largest hub in terms of daily flights and serves as the primary gateway to Asia for the Eastern United States for Delta and is also the third-busiest gateway to Europe for the airline. The airport serves 160+ destinations.
Detroit Metropolitan Airport