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Transportation Assets: Connected to Markets Everywhere
Pike County, Ohio offers robust highway connections that not only link businesses here with a regional workforce of more than 285,000 but to more than 162 million consumers. Much of the county’s highway system is interstate-grade divided highways that offer easy access to interstate highways in all directions, including I-64, I-70, I-77, and I-71.
With a CSX rail spur located near the Zahn’s Corner Industrial Park, and transload facilities available in neighboring Jackson County, businesses in Pike County enjoy endless shipping options and easy access to ports along the Ohio River and Lake Erie. The Heartland Intermodal Gateway in Prichard, WV less than 75 miles away offers double-stacked rail service to and from both the Port of Virginia in Norfolk and other deep-water ports, opening additional import and export opportunities on the East Coast.
Air cargo services are available at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and the John Glenn International Airport in Columbus – both less than two hours away. These airports combined with the Pike County Airport (EOP) and other regional airports offer businesses a lot of options when it comes to moving products and people.
Click on the links on this page to explore all the ways Pike County, Ohio can help your business connect to markets throughout the country and the world.