Tecumseh is strategically located in southwestern Ontario having numerous and nearby access points to major Inter-Regional and Provincial transportation routes. Provincial Highway 401 crosses the entire Town in an east-west fashion approximately in the middle of the Town’s boundaries. Provincial Highway
3 also crosses the entire Town in an east-west fashion, located further south in the southern third of the Town. In addition, the Town of Tecumseh is located within approximately 15 kilometers of major international border crossings with the United States of America, those being the Ambassador Bridge, the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel and the Detroit-Windsor Truck Ferry.
Getting to Tecumseh presents many options. The Windsor/Detroit Border crossing is one of the busiest international border crossings in the world. This section presents your many transportation options, and provides you with access to information on the current status of both the Ambassador Bridge and Windsor Detroit Tunnel.
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