Getting Here & Getting Around

Calhoun is conveniently located on I-94, halfway between Chicago and Detroit. Get here by plane, train and bus:

Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport (AZO)

The Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport offers competitive-priced connectivity to hundreds of domestic and international destinations, with frequent daily flights to two of the busiest hubs in the US: Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport and Detroit Metropolitan Airport. The region is served by American Airlines, Avelo Airlines and Delta Air Lines. 

5235 Portage Road, Portage

Amtrak Train

There are two stations in Calhoun County. The Battle Creek station offers an indoor waiting room with ticketing kiosks, staff and restrooms. The Albion station is an Italianate depot with restrooms.

119 McCamly St., Battle Creek
300 N. Eaton St., Albion

Greyhound Bus

Greyhound connects thousands of communities across North America by providing convenient and affordable bus travel. Battle Creek and Albion are two of the almost 2,300 Greyhound destinations across the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

110 McCamly St., Battle Creek (269-964-1768)
300 N. Eaton St., Albion (517-629-7373)

If you need help getting around once you’re here, here are services to help:


BCGo is operated by Battle Creek Transit, a department of the City of Battle Creek. You must schedule a pick-up by calling 269-966-3474 or download the BCGo – Calhoun County App. Then one of the vehicles with BCGo emblazoned on the side will take you where you need to go in Calhoun County.

One-Way Fares 
$3: <6 miles 
$5: 6-10 miles 
$7: 11-15 miles 
$10: 16-20 miles 
$15: >20 miles 
$3: Additional passenger

Albion-Marshall Connector

The AMC runs five days a week from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. to help connect two great cities. Reservations may be made between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. by calling 269-781-3975 or 517-654-3000

One-Way Fares
$2: Adults / Children 13+
$1: Disabled / Seniors 60+ / Children ages 5 to 12
Free: Children younger than 5 with a paid rider

Battle Creek Transit

There are eight city-wide bus routes in Battle Creek. Note: Please have the exact fare. Drivers do not have change.

One-Way Fares
$1.75: Adults and Children (taller than fare box) 
$0.85: Senior Citizens/Persons with Disabilities 
Free: Children shorter than fare box 
Free: Transfers