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Transportation

Blue Ash is rich in transportation assets because the Cincinnati region was founded on the concept of affordable and efficient transportation. Barge and rail service, and the excellent highway system are superior to other major metropolitan areas. This means faster customer service, lower costs and greater profit margins.

Blue Ash is one of the region's few cities bordering the convergence of three major interstate highways.


Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport 

The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) is a major hub for Delta Air Lines and as such, it offers passenger and air freight service that is unmatched by few cities of any size. CVG also features airlines including Southwest Airlines, WOW, Frontier Airlines, American Airlines and more.

CVG's distinctions include:

  • Named the low-fare leader in the region by U.S. Department of Transportation 
  • Offers 180 peak-day flights to 61 nonstop airport destinations, as of July 2018
  • More nonstop flights than any other airport in the Midwest
  • Recognized globally as a leading U.S. airport by SkyTrax World Airport Awards


Highway

Blue Ash is conveniently located 12 miles northeast of Cincinnati, surrounded by Interstates 275, 71 and 75. The Ronald Reagan Highway is another major "cross county" connector. Click here for mileage to other cities in the U.S.

Blue Ash map in the TriState area


Railroad Systems

Four major rail freight carriers serve the entire metropolitan area via 175 miles of mainline track. The I&O subdivision of the Genesee & Wyoming rail line serves locations in the City of Blue Ash.


Public Transportation

Metro connects Blue Ash to downtown Cincinnati and many other points throughout the metropolitan area, providing an important link between Blue Ash employers and the region's workforce. Metro offers regular daily service and several stops at strategic locations throughout Blue Ash including UC Blue Ash.

Click here for an additional list of public transportation in Blue Ash and the Cincinnati area.