The primary transportation into and out of the area is the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport which offers 540 daily nonstop departures to 110 cities worldwide. This airport is located 12 miles from downtown Cincinnati in Boone County in Northern Kentucky. Delta is the largest airline service at this airport. (This is Delta's second largest hub and offers daily out-and-back service to more than 80 cities.)
Airlines serving the airport:
- Air France
- American Airlines
- Delta Airlines
- Northwest Airlines
- Trans World Airlines
- United Airlines
- US Airways
Visit the Cincinnati - Northern Kentucky International Airport web site for more information about flight schedules, services and restaurants at the airport, as well as the layout of the facilities.
Most of the major traffic between the north central states and the south passes through Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. The major highway systems serving the area are:
- I-275 outer belt loop around Greater Cincinnati, SE Indiana and Northern Kentucky
- Interstate 71 conntects Columbus and Cleveland to the area
- Interstate 75 connects Dayton and Toledo to the north and Lexington to the south
- Interstate 74 connects Indianapolis to the northwest
- Route 562 (Norwood Lateral) and Route 126 (Ronald Reagan Highway) serve a freeway connectors between I-75 and I-71
- Interstate 471 serves a a metropolitan connector
The Cincinnati.com traffic page has detailed information about highway traffic routes.
The Cincinnati Metro bus system has stops thoughout the city and Hamilton County suburbs. www.go-metro.com has specific schedules and more information about this service.
In the Dayton area, the Miami Valley Regional Transit Authority (MVRTA) provides county-wide bus service with electrically powered buses. For more information about schedules and services provided by MVRTA look at the Miami Valley RTA's website.