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Getting Around in Cincinnati

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Getting around in Cincinnati, Ohio is easy as public transportation is robust and easily available. Different options of transports are also available - bus, car and metro transport systems, so it's to commute. Traveling by air is also quite convenient if you are headed to or from Cincinnati city.
Getting around in Cincinnati
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Travel to Cincinnati by Road

Cincinnati is within driving distance of 60% of the major US states. Continental United States is linked to Cincinnati US through interstates I-75, 74 and 71. The two interstate highways I-75 and 71 are major arteries that flow from and to downtown Cincinnati. While the former interstate flows towards the south from the north, I-71 flows northeast to southwest via Ohio till it merges with Brent Spence Bridge into Kentucky. The two major interstate highways are connected by three major highways namely Norwood Lateral, Ronald Reagan Highway and Interstate 275. Cincinnati has also been named one of the best cities to walk in. 

Travel to Cincinnati by Air 

Cincinnati has a main airport called Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport/CVG.  The CVG is known to be a modernized and rapidly growing airport which offers nearly more than 200 departures on a daily basis. This airport is serviced by as many as 10 airlines and has more than 80 non-stop destinations. Downtown Cincinnati is located within short driving distance of the airport.  CVG is easy to navigate for international tourists because of the presence of airport ambassadors.

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport offers non-stop connections to as many as 47 cities. Its airline partners offer direct international flights.

Other Airports

Southeast of Downtown Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport serves as an airport to private aircrafts and fleets of local companies. Ultimate Air Shuttle provides the shuttle services to this airport from NYC. 

Public Transportation

Cincinnati Metro

This is the fixed bus route service of SW Ohio and it provides more than 17 million rides each year, bringing approximately 20% of the workforce to the hub of the city. It operates from 4 to 1:30 am every day. If you want to check out the cultural centers and hotspots of Cincinnati, choose metro’s RT.1. For more on the schedule click here.

Southbank Shuttle 

This shuttle service is operated by Transit authority, North Kentucky. Cincinnati convention attendees can board a shuttle bus and reach downtown Cincinnati.  Whether one is arriving or departing from Cincinnati, the airport shuttle service is excellent. 

Metro 

This downtown hub at Government Square, Metro offers 26 local services throughout Greater Cincinnati. This service operates 365 days per year from 4 in the morning to 1:30 am daily.
Telephone Number- 5136214455

TANK/Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky

Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky has close to 27 routes being operated connecting northern Kentucky with downtown Cincinnati.

Telephone: 8593318265
Website-  www.tankbus.org

Taxi and Cab Rental Services

Taxis are located outside the entrance to leading hotels in Downtown Cincinnati.

Community Yellow Cab
Telephone Number- 8597272900/8592614400

Yellow Taxi Service Cincinnati
Telephone Number- 15135492469

AAA Taxi Yellow Cab Cincinnati

Telephone Number- 15138218294
Websiteaaataxi.net/

Tri State Yellow Cab LLC

Address- 2670 Lehman Road
Telephone Number- 15132512111

Royal Cab

Address- 7225 Colerain Avenue
Telephone Number- 15134676925

VIP Cincinnati Taxi and Transport Services

Telephone Number- 15132087628

Map Guide of Getting Around in Cincinnati 

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