Whether you need to move product by road, rail, air, or ocean, nearby or globally, transportation and logistics services are available.
Interstate 39 is the primary north / south corridor, connecting to Highway 29 north of Portage County for interstate-quality access to the Twin Cities. Highways 10, 54 and 66 provide quality east and west travel.
CN freight services connect Portage County to Canada and destinations in 14 states, including key port facilities.
Stevens Point Municipal Airport is three miles from the city’s central business district. This public airport also supports agricultural, emergency medical and law enforcement aviation.
Central Wisconsin Airport is just minutes north of Stevens Point and offers daily commercial jet flights that connect through several major cities in the Midwest.
Stevens Point City Bus includes service to Whiting, Park Ridge and Crossroads Commons shopping district in Plover. A new Stevens Point Transit facility was constructed in the Portage County Business Park in 2013. Greyhound offers seven days per week service from two locations in the city.
Short, regional and long haul service available, including state-of-the-art shipment tracking technology.
Pedal Power in Portage County
Sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists, Bikes Belong, Endomondo and the Kimberly-Clark Corporation, the Get Up & Ride National Bike Challenge inspired millions of Americans to ride their bikes for transportation and recreation during the summer of 2012. Rider miles were logged and reported across the country from May 1 through August 31 as communities competed for the distinction of being the top bicycle town. In the end, Stevens Point proved to be one of the most prolific cycling communities, finishing 11th nationwide.