Central Wisconsin puts you in the center of North America’s transportation network

The Centergy region of Central Wisconsin is located in the very heart of the state, which also puts our area right in the middle of the state’s transportation network. That means you and your company will be well-connected and able to access raw material and ship finished products affordably and efficiently.

Highway access to our region is extraordinary. In addition to Interstate 39, a north-south route that connects Wisconsin to the world, local businesses rely upon Interstate-grade divided U.S. 51 and Wisconsin 29 to move shipments safely and reliably. These are well-maintained highways that provide plenty of capacity all year long. Rail shippers will appreciate the regular service offered by Canadian National and the customer-focused short line of the G&W-owned Tomahawk Railway.

Central Wisconsin Airport (KCWA) has multiple scheduled airline flights daily to Chicago, Detroit, and Minneapolis/St. Paul, with 7,648-foot runways that can accommodate all corporate jets, and multiple ILS approaches for safe travel in all weather. In addition, each of our five counties has one or more general aviation airports, most with runways and facilities that can handle corporate jets.

Need more information about how our region’s resources can accommodate your company’s specific transportation needs? Let us know, and we’ll get back to you with the available options and contacts who can help with your planning!

Great highway, rail, and air connections