Clermont County is located in Southwestern Ohio just 20 minutes east of downtown Cincinnati. The I-275 beltway provides the County with easy access to Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana via I-71, I-75, and I-74. U.S. Highways 50 and 52 also traverse the entire County. Over 40% of the US population lives within a one-day drive of Clermont County. Major metropolitan areas such as Atlanta, Indianapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Memphis, St. Louis, and Washington DC can be reached in a one-day drive from Clermont County.
Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)
Located just 25 miles west of Clermont County, the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) provides outstanding service with over 150 daily departures to 90 locations, including nonstop flights to Paris. CVG is consistently rated as one of the nation’s best airports and is an easy 30-minute drive from Clermont County.
Dayton International Airport
Located 65 miles northwest of Clermont County at the intersection of I-70 and I-75, the Dayton Airport provides a viable international and domestic transportation option for your company. The Dayton International Airport provides service to 25 major domestic markets and connecting service to over 100 domestic and foreign markets.
Located at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, just 25 miles west of Clermont County.
Clermont County Airport
Clermont County has one of the nation’s most unique (and famous) local airports, located at the headquarters of Sporty’s. Managed by Eastern Cincinnati Aviation, advantages of the Clermont County airport include:
Located just 7 miles from Clermont County, Lunken Airport provides corporate and recreational transportation.
3R/21L – 6,100 x 150′ Conc. Asphalt/Grooved (Part 139)(Planned 7000ft.)
7/25 – 5,140 x 100′ Concrete Asphalt/Grooved
3L/21R – 3,817 x 100′ Concrete Asphalt/Grooved
Far 139 Certified:
Limited to 30 Seat Scheduled Operations/Pursuing Full Part 139 Cert. (Runway 3R/21L, Taxiways A,B,C)
Clermont Transportation Connection (CTC)
CTC is a door-to-door public transit service that picks up customers at one place (home or an office, for instance) and delivers them somewhere else. Customers request service by telephone. CTC provides service all over Clermont County, Mercy Hospital Anderson, and other Anderson Township medical offices. At times, you also will be able to connect to Cincinnati’s Metro Bus System. Buses operate from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis. The busiest times of the day are 6 to 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 5 p.m.
Call (513) 732-7433. Call as much as two weeks ahead of time. The dispatch office is open Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA)
SORTA is the regional bus transportation system for the City of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Two Park & Ride stops are located in Clermont County: at the Milford Kroger located at Lila and Main in Milford, and at the Union Township Civic Center located at 4350 Aicholtz Blvd. in Union Township.
Clermont County is served by a Norfolk and Southern line, with connections to several other regional lines. In 2014, the line was leased to a short-line operator, Cincinnati East Terminal, which will result in more competitive pricing, greater frequency of service, and creative solutions to meeting customer rail transportation needs. For more information on Cincinnati East Terminal, visit the web site at: www.cinrail.com.