Location & Transportation
Battle Creek

Location & Transportation


Small Town Feel with Global Connections

Situated in beautiful Southwest Michigan, Battle Creek contains more land than all but two other Michigan cities.  This vast land resource is home to a bustling residential and business community.

World-renowned as a small town in the global economy, Battle Creek is a community with abundant resources, that values existing businesses and industries and views the attraction of new businesses as a means of strengthening that base.   Battle Creek is an energetic city on the move, ready to meet the challenges of the future.

Here you can enjoy the assets of a progressive community without suffering the congestion of a major urban center. The average commute time is about 20 minutes.


TRANSPORTATION

Battle Creek enjoys convenient all-season east and west trucking access along Interstate 94, two miles from Fort Custer Industrial Park and W.K. Kellogg Airport. Interstate 94 connects with Interstate 69 just 16 miles to the east and US 131 is only 20 miles to the west, providing excellent north and south transportation access. More than forty trucking lines provide service to the area.

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NON-MOTORIZED TRANSPORTATION NETWORK

  • The Battle Creek Linear Park offers over 20 miles of paved pathway that winds through the city, wooded areas, open fields, parks, rivers, and even some commercial areas for walking, jogging, cycling, and skating.