contentsMosinee WI Chamberads

Mosinee Transportation

Mosinee Transportation

Mosinee is a unique, centrally located Wisconsin community, between Wausau, Stevens Point, Wisconsin Rapids and Marshfield. You will discover that the Mosinee area is a nexus of new and improved roads, bridges and beautifully landscaped areas that bring the world of commerce and industry to the community’s doorstep.

Interstate 39 is the main highway, and provides instant access to the city, traversing the center of the state from north to south. State Highway 29 runs east and west just north of the vicinity, allowing quick access to nearby cities.

Mosinee Airport

The Central Wisconsin Airport (CWA) is located right in Mosinee. CWA is a regional airport equidistant between Stevens Point and Wausau. The airport is owned by Marathon and Portage counties and is governed by the Central Wisconsin Joint Airport Board. It is currently served by three airlines: Delta, United and American. Delta Airlines provides flights daily to Minneapolis/St.Paul and Detroit. Both United and American Airlines provide flights to Chicago O’Hare.

CWA first opened in 1969 with 39,000 departing passengers. In 2010, CWA had over 160,000 departing passengers. CWA breaks ground in spring 2011 on a terminal renovation and expansion aimed at increasing operational space, expanding the security checkpoint, building a new car rental facility and expanding current parking facilities. The project is estimated at $30 million and will be completed in a three-year process. CWA features a full-service restaurant and lounge with banquet rooms, traveler’s services and meeting rooms. CWA also houses a full-service gift shop in the main lobby and a concourse gift shop in the security area.

Rental car agencies:
Avis—715-693-3025
Budget—715-693-6991
Enterprise—715-693-1240
Hertz—715-693-0017
National—715-693-3430

Public transportation:
Courtesy Cab—715-342-8863
Taxi Time—715-675-3500
provides taxi, limousine and bus service at CWA

previous topic
next topic
Town Square Publications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Central Wisconsin Airport
ad