Flint Travelers Guide

As Flint seems to be a popular destination lately, we thought we would put together a quick reference guide. Camp Promise information here. Please add other resources in the comments section that might be useful. Thanks

Flint, Michigan – Bus lines

The city of Flint is served by various bus lines. For travel within and around the city, the Flint Mass Transportation Authority (MTA) provides local bus services. MTA’s main hub is in Downtown Flint, while the Indian Trails/Greyhound Lines station is co-located at the Flint Amtrak station on Dort Highway, just north of I-69.

Flint, Michigan – Major highways

I-69 runs east and west through Flint.

I-75 / US 23 runs north and south through the southwestern part of the city.

I-475 runs north and south through Flint.

M-21 (also known as Corunna Road and Court Street) runs nearly due east and west through Flint.

M-54, also known as Dort Highway after Flint automotive pioneer Josiah Dallas Dort, runs north and south through the eastern part of the city.

Google Map – Flint

Useful Links

Flint community water resource locations.

Flint Police Department Front Desk: 810-237-6800

Genesee County Sheriff

Flint Area Hotels

Weather Forecast in Flint

Local Hospitals


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