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Alcoa

Alcoa Howmet – Whitehall, Michigan

Advanced manufacturing providing optimized solutions for improved performance, efficiency and value

Eagle Alloy

Eagle Alloy, Inc. – Part of the Eagle Group of companies - Muskegon, Michigan

Serving a diverse customer base and utilizing lean manufacturing practices; one of the premier steel foundries in the country

Alcoa

Alcoa Howmet – Whitehall, Michigan

A commitment to environmental sustainability; keeping the health and safety of their employees, customers and communities a top priority

Culinary Institute

Muskegon Area First: Helping Local Businesses Flourish

The Culinary Institute of Michigan - Baker College's world-class caliber culinary learning environment

Alcoa

Alcoa Howmet – Whitehall, Michigan since 1951

Leading producer of complex investment-cast turbine components for the aerospace and industrial gas turbine industries

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Transportation

Muskegon Area Transit System
Muskegon Area Transit System (MATS) provides public bus service around Muskegon County. MATS also provides the GoBus and Trolley service. For more information about MATS click here.

GoBus
The Muskegon Area Transit System GoBus is a shared-ride public transportation, pre-scheduled, curb-to-curb service for the elderly, or persons with a disability. Persons over age 60, persons with disabilities, their personal care attendants, companions, and service animals are allowed to obtain these services. For more information about the GoBus click here

Trolley
Everyone is welcome. All vehicles are equipped with wheelchair lifts. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The fare to ride the Trolley is $0.25. Transfers, tickets, and passes from other Muskegon Area Transit System buses will be accepted. Regular transit passes and tranfers will not be sold or issued on trolleys. Exact change will be required. For more information about trolley service click here

Lake Express Ferry
Lake Express began service on June 1, 2004, linking the states of Wisconsin and Michigan with terminals in Milwaukee and Muskegon. The high-speed Lake Michigan crossing takes just two and one-half hours, saving passengers a lengthy drive through heavily congested Chicago. Lake Express is a fun, fast, and easy transportation solution. You save time, avoid traffic hassles, and can enjoy your time during the voyage however you like. For more information about the Lake Express click here

Muskegon County Airport
The Muskegon County Airport is a safe, clean and modern commercial air facility serving a five-county area along the beautiful Lake Michigan shoreline. Regional airline srvices are provided by Northwest Airlines and Midwest Airlines. Rental car services are provided by Alamo, Avis, Hertz and National. For more information about the Muskegon County Airport click here

Greyhound
Founded in 1914, Greyhound Lines, Inc. is the largest provider of intercity bus transportaion, serving more than 3,100 destinations with 16,000 daily departures across North America. It has become an American icon, providing safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to 22 million passengers each year. The Greyhound running dog is one of the most-recognized brands in the world. For more information about Greyhound click here