Getting Things From Here to There
The Springfield and Sangamon County region's location is logistically ideal. Situated in central Illinois, the Springfield area is perfectly positioned to function as a central hub in the middle of America. Companies here can access more than 90 million people within an 8-hour drive.
The Springfield region is conveniently located on Interstate Highways 55 and 72 facilitating a less than 5-hour drive from major Midwest metro areas including Chicago, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Kansas City and Des Moines.
Five class I commercial railroads run through the Springfield and Sangamon County area.
Passenger service is also available through Amtrak.
Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport (SPI) is home to many major tenants including the Illinois Air National Guard 183rd Wing, Illinois Department of Transportation Division of Aeronautics and the LRS Aviation Maintenance Training Center for Lincoln Land Community College. It also provides Fixed Base Operator (FBO) and Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) services through Stellar Aviation Group and StandardAero.
The airport also provides regional passenger jet service through American Airlines, United Airlines and Allegiant Air. Getting to and from the Springfield area is easy with multiple daily flights to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport and the Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport.
Midwest Inland Port
A major multi-modal hub with international and domestic capabilities is just 30 miles from the Springfield area. The Midwest Inland Port is a major trans-load facility that provides unparalleled access to worldwide markets.