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About the Region
About the Region > Getting Around Cincinnati USA

Driving

Cincinnati USA is less than a half day car ride and a two hour flight from 60% of the U.S. population.  Interstates I-75, I-71 and I-74 link Cincinnati USA to the continental U.S.

Walking

Getting around Downtown Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky by foot is fast and enjoyable.  Take a stroll across the Ohio River on the Purple People or Roebling Suspension Bridges.  Both provide pedestrians stunning views and convenient access to the region’s most popular venues on the Riverfront including restaurants, Great American Ballpark, Newport on the Levee and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.

Read more about the walkability of the region.

Taxi


Cincinnati Taxi Companies

Community Yellow Cab

513/241-2100 ,  513/241-2100, or 513/721-2100 , 513/721-2100 
(dual licensed in Ohio & in Kentucky)

Towne Cab

513/761-7700 , 513/761-7700

United Cab Co.

513/251-1155, 513/251-1155     

CC Rider    513/787-7025 Provides wide taxi van services, Cincinnati city tours. 


Kentucky Taxi Companies

Community Yellow Cab

859/727-2900, 859/727-2900, or 859/261-4400 , 859/261-4400  (dual licensed in Ohio & in Kentucky; vans are available)

Bus


METRO (Ohio)
Metro is Southwest Ohio's fixed route bus service with a mission to provide cost-effective, efficient, quality transportation options. Metro service operates 365 days a year from approximately 4 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. each and every day.
Phone: (513) 621-4455
Website:http://www.sorta.com/
Maps & Schedules: http://www.go-metro.com/maps.html
Fares: http://www.go-metro.com/fares.html

Metro Rt. 1 – Travels east and west to arts, parks, museums and entertainment venues including Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal, Downtown Cincinnati, Cincinnati Art Museum and Eden Park. Click here to see a route map in a new window.

TANK (Northern Kentucky)
The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) has provided transit services to Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties as well as downtown Cincinnati since 1973. TANK operates 27 routes, through 19 Park & Ride locations, 365 days a year.
Phone: (859) 331-TANK
Website: http://www.tankbus.org/
Maps & Schedules:http://www.tankbus.org/
Fares: http://www.tankbus.org/Fares/BuyPasses/tabid/155/

The Southbank Shuttle Trolley travels the riverfront cities of Newport, Covington and downtown Cincinnati, making travel between entertainment venues, sports arenas, shopping and dining favorites and cultural destinations so easy!  Click here for hours and schedule information.

Air Transportation


The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) offers 175 daily departures with nonstop connections to 47 cities. CVG's seven airline partners offer passengers more non-stop flights than any other airport in the region, including direct international service to Paris, Toronto and Cancun, and it is consistently recognized for its high level of customer satisfaction.

Located three miles southeast of Downtown Cincinnati, Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport is a public airport owned by the city of Cincinnati. The airport serves private aircraft and the fleets of most local corporations.

VIP Travel For The Cost Of Commercial! Ultimate Air Shuttle provides jet shuttle service to Cincinnati's Lunken Airport from New York City, Chicago, Washington D.C., and Charlotte and service to/from Columbus, In. to Detroit Mi.

Drive time to Nearby Regional Airports

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)

15 minutes from downtown

Lunken Field (LUK):

10 minutes from downtown

Dayton, Ohio (DAY):

1 hour

Lexington, KY (LEX):

1 hour 30 minutes

Louisville, KY (SDF):

1 hour 40 minutes

Columbus, OH (CMH):

1 hour 50 minutes

 

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