Ohio Transportation

  • Cleveland airport in 1958
    Cleveland airport in 1958
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  • Cleveland airport 1958
    Cleveland airport 1958
    by grandmaR
  • Someone enplaning late in Cleveland
    Someone enplaning late in Cleveland
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Ohio Transportation

  • Public Transport

    Cleveland Transportation

    It's not a subway, but it's the same thing. The Rapid Transit provide easy access from Cleveland Hopkins Airport to downtown and points east. You can stay out on the eastside or westside of town and get transportation downtown without the hassle of driving. There are limits as there are only a few lines (1 referred to as the Rapid by locals) and...

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  • Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky...

    Located 13 miles (21 kilometers) south of downtown Cincinnati in northern Kentucky, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) serves the Cincinnati, northern Kentucky, and southeastern Indiana areas. One-half of the American population and manufacturing base is within an hour's flight of the airport. (Although located in Kentucky, I...

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  • Cincinnati/N Kentucky International...

    Cincinnati's airport is a big, modern facility that is actually located in Boone County, Kentucky. The airport opened in 1944 as a military airfield, it became commercial in 1946, and it has grown to become a Delta Airlines hub. The airport moved 16.2 million passengers in 2006 to 120 destinations around the world. I have flown the Cincinnati...

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  • Canton-Akron Airport

    Canton-Akron is located about 10 miles from both Canton and Akron, Ohio, probably 45 miles from Cleveland and 115 miles from Pittsburgh, offering a convenient alternative to the larger airports. I chose Akron because fares were lower than both Cleveland and Pittsburgh, and it is a similar distance from my house as either of the other big airports. ...

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  • The Ohio Turnpike

    The Ohio Turnpike (I-80, I-90, I-76) is the major east-west artery across the state. It connects the cities of Youngstown, Cleveland and Toledo. Opened in 1952, it revolutionized travel across this part of Ohio. It starts at the zero (0) mile marker on the border with Indiana at I-80/90. It travels eastward to Toledo (exits 59 and 64). You can take...

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  • Ohio D O T

    The Ohio Department of Transportation provides a limited set of information that is useful to tourists in general.One of the links is:http://www.buckeyetraffic.org/It shows information about current road conditions and projected construction plans.There is a link to real-time cameras on the major hghways.Another link...

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  • Do Not Speed

    Do not speed on the city streets or highways. One of the first things the locals will tell you if you are traveling by car is that the local authorities do not tolerate speeding. They do not believe in excuses and that includes traveling 2-3 miles over the speed limits. I only traveled one road that had a speed limit of 65 and it was a brand new...

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  • For Historic Ohio, Auto Travel is a Must

    If you plan to visit the state of Ohio, you certainly need to travel via an automobile. Much of the area we visited was rural and without public transportation. The roads are sometimes narrow, usually quite winding, and, at times, hilly.Parking was never a problem until we stayed at the Hyatt in Columbus, where we paid for valet parking for two...

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  • Driving

    Unfortunately, public transit does not run very well in Ohio. There are busses in the larger cities, but they are far from an ideal form of transportation. The best way to get around is in a car or a motorcycle.

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  • There is parking at the end of...

    There is parking at the end of the lane before the Club. Most people park and walk.Walk, bike or sail.

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  • If you live in a neighboring...

    If you live in a neighboring state of Ohio (Pennsylvania, West Virginia, etc.), you should drive. It's easier and less exspensive than flying. However, if you live farther away, your best bet is to fly and then take a rental car or taxi to your destination. If you really wanted to, you could take a train.DRIVE!!!!!!!!!!

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  • I drove mostly. It is a...

    I drove mostly. It is a pretty state with decent highways to drive on.Watch out for black ice and fog and heavy rains in winter time though. If it is going to be snowing, you would probably be happier flying into town rather than driving across the state.And if you are coming from down south you do not want to be driving through the Pennsylvania...

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  • Ohio is served with aiports at...

    Ohio is served with aiports at Columbus, Cincinatti, Cleveland and Dayton. Car Buses and trains are not a good bet.

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  • Leave extra time in transit...

    Leave extra time in transit from point A to point B. The state emblem is the orange traffic barrel, of which there are thousands on the highways. Seems highway reconstruction is a state pasttime. Saw them everywhere, from Cleveland to Dayton to the stateline to Indiana.

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  • Since Ohio is so close to...

    Since Ohio is so close to everything in the Midwest,TheSouth and the East coast.It is very accessible by car.Cleveland's Hopkins International has just completeda Major Renovation partly by the help of ContinentalAirlines,and the Airport has never been a Headache forme.Driving(the posted speed limit you must) and Flyingto Ohio are very easy.If you...

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  • you can fly to one of the big...

    you can fly to one of the big cities, but once you arrive you really need to have a car. if you're close to ohio anyway come via auto. there is some public transportation but it doesn't take you a whole lot of places. drive. you have lots of options to get around (heck, even horse and buggy...you certainly won't be the only one) but i'm telling you...

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