An ideal location on the southeastern side of the Lower Peninsula offers efficient options for traveling in, out and around the region. Rochester and Rochester Hills are easily accessed via M-59 from the east and west, and Interstate 75 from the north and south. Oakland Township is four miles north on Rochester Road.
Several public bus lines operate in the area, plus, commuter rail service is available through the Amtrak stations in nearby Birmingham and Pontiac. Amtrak offers riders scheduled routes to a host of destinations across the nation.
Those needing to get somewhere faster have access to nearby Oakland County International Airport (OCIA), the sixth busiest general aviation airport in the U.S. Charter. Contract passenger and air freight operations are readily available at OCIA, an airport that offers services to nearly all Fortune 500 companies in addition to many others. Commercial travelers in the area take advantage of the Detroit Metro Airport, which houses 15 passenger airlines and serves more than 35 million passengers each year (2009). The airport is also equipped with several charter and cargo aircraft.
For those who need help getting around town, Rochester Hills is home to the following transportation services:
Green Seed Transportation — 248-651-5900
Rochester Limousine — 248-651-2056
Worry Free Transportation — 248-363-8442
For Seniors Only:
OPC (Older Persons’ Commission) — 248-656-1403
Neighborhood House — 248-651-5836