Transportation & Infrastructure

Located in the heart of the Chicago-Milwaukee corridor, Racine County boasts abundant business development opportunities for small and large businesses, including over 1,000 acres of development-ready industrial land served by water and sewer.

Infrastructure

Racine County has an ideal transportation infrastructure network. From interstates and major highways, airports, seaports, foreign trade zones, and rail infrastructure. Business and industry have advantages of receiving raw materials and getting finished goods to markets quickly. We offer an interactive map detailing the transportation infrastructure network. Additional websites can be accessed below.

Interactive Transportation Map

  1. Start by selecting one of five key assets—highways, railroads, ports, airports or foreign trade zones.
  2. Click on icons for more detailed information.
  3. Use the key along the right-hand side of the map to navigate between key assets.