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Getting to WCX

Airport

The Detroit Metropolitan/Wayne County Airport is about 30 minutes from Cobo Center. For travel advisories and security tips please visit the Transportation Security Administration website.

Driving Directions

From Metro Airport, I-94 (West side of Detroit) and/or John C. Lodge (M10) — Take I-94 East to the John C. Lodge Freeway South (M10). Take the Lodge South to the Larned St exit, turn right onto Washington Blvd (first light after surfacing the underpass). Once on Washington Blvd, follow the signs for Cobo Center Parking.

I-94 (East side of Detroit), I-75, and/ or I-375 — Take I –94 West and exit I-75 South. Continue South on I-75 and follow signs to Jefferson Ave. Proceed West on Jefferson, move into far right lane. Cobo Center is straight ahead on the corner of Jefferson and Washington Blvds. Turn left on Washington Blvd, follow the signs for Cobo Center Parking.

Via – I-375 – Stay on I-375 South and follow the curving exit onto Jefferson Ave. Proceed West on Jefferson, move into far right lane. Cobo Center is straight ahead on the corner of Jefferson and Washington Blvds. Turn left on Washington Blvd, follow the signs for Cobo Center Parking.

From I-96 (Northwest side of Detroit) (Note: a five mile stretch of I-96 may be closed in both directions, approx. 15 miles west of downtown (between I-275 and Telegraph Rd) — Take I-96 East/ South to I-75 North. Follow- I-75 North to the John C. Lodge Freeway South (M10). Take the Lodge South to the Larned St exit, turn right onto Washington Blvd. (first light after surfacing the underpass). Once on Washington Blvd, follow the signs for Cobo Center Parking.

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Things to Do in Detroit

In addition to restaurants and food options in the GM Renaissance Center, Detroit offers multiple dining options within just a few blocks of the Cobo Center. Information on the restaurants and their location can be found at Downtown Detroit Restaurants.

Visit the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau website to get a local perspective on Detroit attractions.

GMRENCEN is at the center of Detroit’s revitalization along the river. With 29 restaurants, a GM showroom for new and specialty vehicles, and three miles of scenic walkways, the complex with the motto “Reflecting a New Detroit” offers a range of recreational activities.