Transportation

Because transportation and healthy economies go hand-in-hand, the convenient and accessible movement of people and products is a major asset for Xenia, Ohio, USA. Our location provides easy access to one of the nation's largest overnight highway markets and a major 90-minute air travel market.

Xenia's location also offers easy access to the cultural amenities of three major metropolitan areas - Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati - while retaining the traditions and atmosphere of a smaller Midwestern community.

Highway
Xenia, Ohio is located at the center of the "Transportation Triangle" formed by three major Interstate highways; I-70, I-71, and I-75; with I-675 connecting I-70 and I-75. Access to I-675 is approximately 8 miles west via four-lane U.S. Route 35, and I-70, I-71, and I-75 are all within 15 miles of Xenia. The 3 major U.S. highways; 35, 42, and 68 all service Xenia, and provide easy access to all 3 Interstate highways.

Trucking
Over 50 trucking, motor freight, and package delivery companies serve Xenia and the Greater Dayton, Ohio area. These companies provide a wide range of services including contract, heavy, and light haulers; liquid or dry bulk; flat bed; and TL and LTL motor freight carriers.

Many of these companies have terminals in the area, including two with terminals in Xenia.

Air Travel
Yes, you can get there from here! The Dayton International Airport, located approximately 28 miles northwest of Xenia provides air travel connections to all points in the U.S. and worldwide. In addition, the Columbus and Cincinnati Airports are within a 60-mile radius of Xenia, both of which provide additional connections nationally and internationally.

The Greene County-Lewis A. Jackson Airport, located 2 miles west of Xenia currently has a 4,000-foot runway (to be extended to 5,000 feet), and the Springfield Municipal Airport, located 12 miles north via U.S. 68 with 5,500-foot and 10,000-foot runways, can accommodate any corporate or charter aircraft.