Chippewa County is served by a network of U.S. and State Highways. USH 53 and STH 27, 40, 124, and 178 run north and south through the County. STH 29 and 64 run east and west. Many other county and town roads connect with these highways to link the cities, villages, and recreational areas in the County.
The County has two publicly-owned airports located at Cornell and Eau Claire. The Chippewa Valley Regional Airport is located on the southern edge of Chippewa County, within the city limits of Eau Claire. It provides scheduled passenger and freight service. The Minneapolis International Airport is just an 1 hour interstate drive on I-94 from Chippewa County.
Chippewa County is served by three railroads -- the Union Pacific (UP), Progressive Rail (PR), and the Canadian National (CN). The CN runs east and west, serving the communities of Boyd, Stanley, Cadott, and Chippewa Falls. The PR Railroad runs north and south, serving the communities. of New Auburn and Bloomer, and parts of the Chippewa Falls area. The UP serves Chippewa Falls-Eau Claire Urban Area. Click here to view a map of Chippewa County Rail Service. For a Wisconsin rail map click Railroad Map.