Getting Around Blue Ash

Blue Ash has easy access to three major interstate highways -- Blue Ash is south of I-275, east of I-75, and west of I-71. Ronald Reagan/Cross County Highway is also a major access and provides easy east-west transportation to all points throughout Greater Cincinnati (it is also SR 126). Blue Ash's Reed Hartman Highway is a major north-south route through Blue Ash.

Blue Ash is only 12 miles northeast of downtown Cincinnati, 27 miles northeast of the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport, 44 miles south of Dayton and within a one-hour flight of half the U.S. population.

The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) is a major hub for Delta Air Lines and Comair and as such, it offers passenger and air freight service that is unmatched by few cities of any size.

Blue Ash airport is located six miles northeast of downtown Cincinnati at the intersection of Pfeiffer and Reed-Hartman Roads. It is a small 226-acre general aviation airport that serves mostly small recreational and business aircraft. It is an "uncontrolled airport", meaning that there is no operating control tower on the field meaning pilots broadcast their intentions over a radio frequency when arriving or departing the field.

Is not an "accident" that you typically can get to any point in Blue Ash in less than 15 minutes during rush hour. Careful planning and attention to detail by municipal government sets the stage for this exceptional Blue Ash advantage.

Four major rail freight carriers serve the entire metropolitan area via 175 miles of mainline track.

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 Raymond Walters College.