Madison to Minneapolis and Minneapolis to Madison – Private Car Services – SUV Van Shuttle Bus Transportation
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Minneapolis to Madison WI transportation services | Private Car Services | SUV Limo Van Shuttle Bus transportation services | Madison WI to Minneapolis limo and car services | MSP airport transfers to-from Madison Dane County MSN Regional Airport
Solve the Minneapolis to Madison Wisconsin transportation challenge when:
- You don't have your own vehicle
- You don't want to use your own vehicle
- Your own vehicle is not suited for the job
- You have a group of people that are going to be involved in the trip back and forth between Minneapolis and Madison WI!
Aspen Limo has vehicles that fit many situations ranging from executive class sedans to beautiful SUV's to gorgeous large high-top vans to shuttle buses to beautiful large party bus limos and more accommodating from 1 – 32 passenger capacities.
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♦ Minneapolis to Madison WI transportation services
♦ Madison WI to Minneapolis transportation services
♦ Minneapolis MSP airport to-from Madison Dane County MSN Regional Airport
OUR NO CHARGE POLICY!
There is no per-mile charge for "point-to-point miles" when your chosen vehicle is on the road driving from our garage to your pickup location or driving from your drop-off location back to our garage. You are only charged for miles from your exact pickup location to your exact drop-off location.
Click Here for Google Map DirectionsDriving distance from Minneapolis (MSP) to Madison WI is 270 miles and travel time by car is about 4 hrs 7 min.
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♦ Minneapolis St. Paul Area
♦ MSP International Airport
♦ Madison WI to-from Minneapolis
♦ Or Most Anywhere You Need to Go!
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Have us drop you at MSP International Airport and pick you up on your return!
4000 International Ln, Madison, WI 53704
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For Stretch Limo | SUV | Sedan | Party Bus | Executive Van | Shuttle Bus Chauffeured Rentals:
Our Luxury Fleet is Second to None!
Our Fleet is Broad!
Our broad fleet is meticulously maintained and includes many options of color, style and interior customization for all vehicle categories; including:
- Lincoln Town Cars (3 passengers)
- Lexus Sedans (3 passengers)
- Mercedes Sedans (3 passengers)
- BMW Sedans (3 passengers)
- Luxury-Class SUVs (5 passengers)
- Custom Stretch Limos (6, 8 and 10 passengers)
- Custom Stretch SUV Limos (14 passengers)
- Custom Stretch and Super-Stretch H2 Hummers (14 and 18 passengers)
- Luxury Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Limos (12-14 passengers)
- Luxury Party Bus Limousines (32 passengers)
- Executive-Class Passenger Vans (8 passengers)
- Executive-Class Passenger Shuttle Buses (28 passengers)
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About the City of Madison Wisconsin
Here is a short description of the Wisconsin city Madison WI Madison, the capital city of Wisconsin, lies west of Milwaukee. It’s known for the domed Wisconsin State Capitol, which sits on an isthmus between lakes Mendota and Monona. The Wisconsin Historical Museum documents the state’s immigrant and farming history. The city's paved Capital City State Trail runs past Monona Terrace, a lakefront convention center designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. ― Google
The cornerstone for the Wisconsin capitol was laid in 1837, and the legislature first met there in 1838. On October 9, 1839, Kintzing Prichett registered the plat of Madison at the registrar's office of the then-territorial Dane County. Madison was incorporated as a village in 1846, with a population of 626. When Wisconsin became a state in 1848, Madison remained the capital, and the following year it became the site of the University of Wisconsin (now University of Wisconsin–Madison).
In the 1960s and 1970s, the Madison counterculture was centered in the neighborhood of Mifflin and Bassett streets, referred to as "Miffland". The area contained many three-story apartments where students and counterculture youth lived, painted murals, and operated the co-operative grocery store, the Mifflin Street Co-op.
Madison is home to companies such as:
- Spectrum Brands (formerly Rayovac)
- Alliant Energy
- Credit Union National Association (CUNA)
- MGE Energy
- Sub-Zero & Wolf Appliance
- Source Wikipedia
Insurance companies based in Madison include:
- American Family Insurance
- CUNA Mutual Group
- National Guardian Life
- Source Wikipedia
Technology companies with a strong presence in Madison include:
- CDW Regional Office
- Full Compass Systems
- Raven Software
- TDS Telecom
- Source Wikipedia
Is Madison Wisconsin a good place to live?
Madison is one of the best places to live in Wisconsin. Living in Madison offers residents an urban suburban mix feel and most residents rent their homes. In Madison there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Madison and residents tend to have moderate political views. The public schools in Madison are highly rated.
MADISON WISCONSIN EDUCATION
Colleges and Universities Located in Madison Wisconsin
Madison is home to the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Edgewood College and Madison Area Technical College, giving the city a post-secondary student population of nearly 55,000. The University of Wisconsin accounts for the vast majority of students, with an enrollment of roughly 44,000, of whom 31,750 are undergraduates. In a Forbes magazine city ranking from 2003, Madison had the highest number of Ph.D.s per capita, and third-highest college graduates per capita, among cities in the United States. Wikipedia
Additional degree programs are available through satellite campuses of Cardinal Stritch University, Concordia University-Wisconsin, Globe University, Lakeland College, the University of Phoenix, and Upper Iowa University. Madison also has a non-credit learning community with multiple programs and many private businesses also offering classes. Wikipedia
Some Key Madison Colleges and University Website Links
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison Area Technical College
Cardinal Stritch University - Madison
Madison Wisconsin K-12 Schools
According to Forbes magazine, Madison ranks second in the nation in education. The Madison Metropolitan School District serves the city while a variety of other districts serve the surrounding area. With an enrollment of approximately 25,000 students in 46 schools, it is the second largest school district in Wisconsin behind the Milwaukee School District. The five public high schools are James Madison Memorial, Madison West, Madison East, La Follette, and Malcolm Shabazz City High School, an alternative school.
Among private church-related high schools are Abundant Life Christian School, Edgewood High School, near the Edgewood College campus, and St. Ambrose Academy, a Catholic school offering grades 6 through 12. Madison Country Day School is a private high school with no religious affiliation.
Madison Wisconsin Public Schools Website
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