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    Travel to Grand Rapids

    Transportation

    Air Service

    Grand Rapids MapGrand Rapids provides easy accessibility and convenience. The Gerald R. Ford International Airport, was ranked as the #1 Airport in North America *by size by Airports Council International in 2015, with six major airlines offering 140+ daily nonstop flights. Adjacent to two major arteries, the airport is only 15-20 minutes from our wide range of hotels and meeting facilities located in the downtown district or any corner of the city.

    The Gerald R. Ford International Airport has introduced a Fly Safe. Fly Ford. campaign to educate travelers on new precautions for their health and restore confidence in air travel. New safety features at the airport include continuous cleaning protocols, hand sanitizer stations, plexiglass dividers at interaction points, visual cues to reinforce physical distancing, and PPE available in concession areas and through vending machines. Passengers, guests and airport personnel are asked to wear facial coverings throughout the terminal. Explore more airport safety measures and travel tips.

    National and regional airlines that fly to Grand Rapids are:
    · Allegiant
    · American Airlines
    · Delta
    · Frontier
    · Midwest Express
    · Southwest
    · United

    Whether coming from near or far, you can get to and from Grand Rapids on nonstop flights from over 30 major market destinations:

    Atlanta
    Austin (May 2020)
    Baltimore
    Boston (May 2020)
    Charlotte
    Chicago - O'Hare
    Chicago - Midway
    Dallas/Fort Worth
    Denver
    Detroit
    Fort Myers
    Fort Lauderdale
    Houston
    Jacksonville
    Las Vegas
    Los Angeles (June 2020)
    Miami International
    Minneapolis/St. Paul
    Nashville
    New Orleans
    New York - La Guardia
    New York - Newark
    Orlando International
    Orlando - Sanford
    Philadelphia
    Phoenix - Sky Harbor
    Phoenix/Mesa
    Punta Gorda
    Sarasota/Bradenton
    Savannah/Hilton Head
    St. Petersburg/Clearwater
    Tampa International
    Washington, DC - Dulles
    Washington, DC - Reagan

    When you arrive:

    Making your way around Grand Rapids is easy and convenient by using ride share options and taxi's.

    Parking in downtown Grand Rapids is convenient, with thousands of available public spaces. DeVos Place also has 700 additional spots. Each downtown hotel has its own parking, and several parking structures offer electric car charging.

    Once you're here, you'll be amazed how easy it is to get around. Logical street layouts, clear street signs and minimal traffic make driving a breeze. Or you can let someone else do the driving: Ride the Rapid, our safe, clean, energy-efficient public bus system. Grand Rapids has many public transportation options at the ready; check out what would work the best for you!

    Explore all the maps you need to drive, park, bike, hike and locate specific attractions. Review a complete list of transportation options and assistance. Also, stay up to date on the most current roadwork conditions.    

    Driving from in state

    Driving to Grand Rapids is a snap. Located at the intersections of I-96, I-196 and US-131, you have easy access to the city from north, east, south and west. Once you are in the metro area, our wide range of hotels and meeting facilities are no more than a 10-15 minute drive away. At most, Grand Rapids is only a two and a half hour trip from Michigan’s major population areas.

    Lansing: 68 miles
    Ann Arbor: 132 miles
    Traverse City: 142 miles
    Detroit: 154 miles

    To get to downtown:

    From the north or south
    US 131 to exit 85B (Pearl Street)

    From the east
    I-96 to I-196/Downtown (slight left) to exit 77C (Ottawa Ave.)

    From the west
    1-96 to US 131 south to exit 85B (Pearl Street)   

    Driving from out of state

    Driving to Grand Rapids is an easy trip from anywhere in the upper Midwest. Located at the intersections of I-96, I-196 and US-131, you have easy access to the city from north, east, south and west. Once you are in the metro area, our wide range of hotels and meeting facilities are no more than a 10-15 minute drive away. At most, Grand Rapids is only a two and a half hour trip from many major population areas.

    Chicago: 175 miles
    Indianapolis: 290 miles
    Milwaukee: 264 miles
    St. Louis: 442 miles

    To get to downtown:

    From the north or south
    US 131 to exit 85B (Pearl Street)

    From the east
    I-96 to I-196/Downtown (slight left) to exit 77C (Ottawa Ave.)

    From the west
    1-96 to US 131 south to exit 85B (Pearl Street)

    For detailed directions, see the downtown map on the next page.

    Train

    Amtrak provides daily rail service between Chicago and Grand Rapids.

    Public Transportation

    Grand Rapids has one of the nation's best transportation systems!

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