Transportation

In the heart of the Midwest lies a community witha collective integrity that makes it a leader in industrial, agricultural, and tourism development.

Transportation Infastructure

Highways  
I65 - a main U.S. North-South artery-runs right through White County, connecting it with Indianapolis and Chicago. Several other major U.S. and Indiana state roads-including U.S. Highway 24 and make travel throughout the county easy. Highway
Air  
White County, with its own general aviation airport, is perfectly situated between Indianapolis International Airport and Chicago's Midway and O'Hare Airports. It offers full maintenance facilities and fueling for both jet and prop-driven planes. plane
Rail  
CSX, Toledo, Peoria & Western and Burlington Northern Santa Fe railways all serve the community's business and industrial base. The Burlington also has an Internodal Hub Center on U.S. Highway 24 West. Rail
Mileage to Surrounding Towns and Cities

Towns - From Monticello to:
  • Brookston - 16 miles
  • Buffalo - 10 miles
  • Burnettsville - 9 miles
  • Chalmers - 12 miles
  • Idaville - 7 miles
  • Monon - 14 miles
  • Reynolds - 6 miles
  • Wolcott - 15 miles

Cities - From Monticello to:

  • Lafayette - 33 miles
  • Logansport - 22 miles
  • Indianapolis - 90 miles
  • Kokomo - 49 miles
  • Chicago - 112 miles