Bridging a gap with the world
Kentucky is served by two international airports, Louisville International Airport and Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, which are air cargo hubs for UPS and DHL, respectively.

Five major interstate highways provide access to all North American markets. More than 2,500 miles of railroad track are used by Norfolk Southern, CSX, Paducah & Louisville, and Illinois Central. With more than 1,100 miles of commercially navigable waterways and six public ports on the Mississippi River, Kentucky offers low-cost intermodal transportation. The graphic below shows just how close we are to major markets across the Eastern United States.

City Distance (mi)
Atlanta 394
Chicago 200
Cincinnati 96
Cleveland 351
Detroit 360
Indianapolis 112
Memphis 369
Nashville 176
Pittsburgh 400
St. Louis 264