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Milwaukee in 2015! 


ITEEA's 76th Annual Conference
Orlando, FL
March 27- 29, 2014

This information will be updated as the information becomes available.


Transportation to and around Milwaukee


Milwaukee offers a wide variety of convenient transportation options that make it easy to get from A to Z and all points in between.

When it comes to getting around, there’s no comparison between Milwaukee and its larger metropolitan counterparts. Whether you’re looking to travel into or out of the city, or just around downtown, Milwaukee offers a multitude of choices that make transportation hassle free.

General Mitchell International Airport

  • Just eight miles from downtown
  • Ranked among the top fastest growing airports in the world
  • U.S. Department of Transportation data ranks Mitchell's average fare significantly less than the nation's average.
  • Ranked by Conde Nast as one of the top five business airports three years in a row
  • Eight on-premise auto rental agencies
  • Taxi fare from airport to downtown hotels is approximately $21 each way
  • Convenient, low-cost airport shuttle services are available 24 hours through Go Riteway Transportation, see www.goriteway.com

Milwaukee Intermodal Station (Amtrak, Greyhound, Wisconsin Coach Lines to O’Hare)

  • Amtrak – Just 90 Minutes from Chicago, see http://www.amtrak.com
  • Only five blocks from the Frontier Airlines Center. Recent $17 million renovation featuring a glass-enclosed galleria
  • Convenient, multiple round trips daily between Milwaukee and Chicago’s Union Station. Connections can be made at Chicago to more than 500 cities nationwide.
  • General Mitchell International is one of the few U.S. airports to include an Amtrak station. A free shuttle bus connects rail passengers to the airport.
  • Greyhound hub, see http://www.greyhound.com 
  • Bus Service to Chicago Airports: Wisconsin Coachlines provides a relaxing and stress-free ride to Midway or O'Hare Airports. http://www.coachusa.com/wisconsincoach/

Getting Around Town – Easy and Convenient

With city streets laid out in a grid pattern, finding your way between convention center, hotels and downtown attractions is hassle free for even the first-time visitor. Downtown Milwaukee offers affordable and convenient parking in and around the Frontier Airlines Center for day meeting attendees.

  • The City of Milwaukee ranks among the nation’s most walkable cities, according to www.walkscore.com  earning Milwaukee’s city center the designation of “Walker’s Paradise”.
  • Public Bus Transportation: Milwaukee County Transit, www.ridemcts.com .


The Lake Express Ferry is a state-of-the-art vessel linking Milwaukee with Muskegon, Michigan. The two-hour trip offers passengers a faster and more direct route than driving south around Lake Michigan through the Chicago area.  http://www.lake-express.com


Milwaukee is conveniently located 100 miles north of Chicago at the intersection of I-94 and I-43. The award-winning $810 million Marquette Interchange completed in 2008 assures optimal downtown highway traffic flow.  If you drive into downtown Milwaukee, check http://www.parkmilwaukee.com/ for parking information.

Did you know: The Greater Milwaukee area is within an 8-hour drive
 of 1/3 of the U.S. population?

Need Some Help?

If you would like to make your travel arrangements through a travel agent, you may contact ITEEA's agent below:

Danny Anderson

$29.00 per ticket issued. Danny will find you the most economical flights available, but you should BOOK EARLY!

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