Warren County Offrice of Economic Development


Warren County benefits from its unique location along the I-75 and I-7I Growth Corridor which gives speed and reliability to expanded labor market pool, the range of suppliers firms can choose, and the size of the customer base that can be served with same-day deliveries. Warren County and its transportation partners realize the importance of multiple transportation modes and continue to invest in infrastructure to meet the needs of current and future development.

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)

Professionals have the convenience of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport - rated in a survey of airline passengers as the nation's best. With a tradition of passenger-pleasing travel, the airport has been ranked among the world's best airports every year since 1994. This gateway to the world keeps businesses connected with same day, out and back services to more than 100 cities. Ranked #1 in the U.S. and #10 in the world by International Air Transport Association, CVG offers nearly 680 daily non-stop flights to 140 cities around the globe. CVG offers international non-stop air service to Frankfurt, London, Paris, Rome, Amsterdam, Montreal and Toronto.

Air Courier Service

Courier hubs within 100 miles include DHL, FedEx and UPS. Corporate jet service is available through Warren County Airport.

Interstate Trucking
  • 20 major metro markets within 400 miles
  • 30 major metro markets within 600 miles
Railroad Systems

Four major railroad systems serve the Cincinnati region. Amtrak, CSX and Conrail serve the entire region, and Norfolk Southern provides railroad service to southeast Indiana and southwest Ohio.

Port of Cincinnati

Port Cincinnati is the fifth largest inland port; 52.3 million tons pass annually through Cincinnati on the Ohio River.

Public Transit

The Metro bus system links downtown with Warren County and surrounding communities to tap into Greater Cincinnati's growing skilled labor market.