Windsor has easy access to the towns and cities nearby.
Windsor has seven interstate highway exits, five park & ride facilities, intercity rail service, commuter bus service, and easy access to Bradley International Airport. There are direct connections to major freeways: I-91, I-291, and I-84. And Windsor is just minutes from Hartford, the capital city, and driving distance to all major cities in the Northeast.
Windsor’s location makes it an ideal place for business.
Windsor is ten minutes from Bradley International Airport, and less than a two-hour drive to New York City, Boston, Albany, and Providence. There are over 100 million potential customers within an eight-hour drive, representing 23% of the total U.S. economy and 85% of the Canadian economy, including key market cities such as Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Rochester, Buffalo, Toronto, Montreal, and Quebec.
At the heart of Windsor Center is Windsor Station
Located just a short ride to both Windsor’s corporate area and Bradley International Airport, this refined train station currently services Amtrak and the Hartford Line. Windsor Station includes free parking spaces, public restrooms, and an accessible platform. The Annual Station Ridership in 2019 for Windsor Station was 16,717 passengers and it currently serves the Northeast Regional Route.
Anywhere in Windsor is just a short drive to Bradley International Airport.
Nine different airlines currently service Bradley, several with international flights, making Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks a key tool for companies looking to either cultivate new or utilize preexisting international connections. Bradley International Airport also has a number of nonstop flights across the United States, with destinations including Atlanta, Baltimore, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and more. Windsor’s extremely close proximity to Bradley International Airport makes it very easy to travel for business.