Ohio County Transportation Assets

Ohio County, Kentucky's location cannot be beat. When it comes to access to major metropolitan areas, Ohio County businesses can reach major population centers within hours. Places like Nashville, St. Louis, Birmingham, Cincinnati and Chicago are all only hours away. 

  • Nashville, TN in 2 hours
  • Indianapolis, IN in 3 ½ hours
  • St. Louis, MO in 3 ½ hours 
  • Cincinnati, OH in 3 ½ hours  
  • Birmingham, AL in 4 ½ hours
  • Atlanta, GA in 5 ½ hours
  • Chicago, IL in 6 hours  
  • Little Rock, AK in 6 ½ hours
  • Detroit, MI in 7 hours 
  • Huntington, WV in 4 hours 
  • Jackson, MS in 7 ½ hours
  • Kansas City, KS in 7 ½ hours
  • Milwaukee, WI in 7 ½ hours
  • Pittsburgh, PA in 7 ½ hours
  • Charlotte, NC in 8 hours
  • Iowa City, IA in 8 hours

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With 2 major highways intersecting the county, the Wendell Ford Highway and the William Natcher/Highway 165, moving people and products throughout the county and the rest of the country is easy. For manufacturing and distribution companies, an Ohio County location cannot be beat. Even a company’s salesforce will appreciate how easy it is to travel to nearby metropolitan areas for meetings and presentations. 

In addition to highway access, Ohio County is a rail-served community and also has a regional airport.