Oldham County is the destination for businesses seeking a highly-skilled workforce and unmatched quality of life. As one of the fastest growing counties in Kentucky, Oldham County is within a day’s drive of two-thirds of the U.S. population and within a day’s flight for packages to almost any global destination.
The highway system in Greater Louisville provides one-day access to well over 60 percent of the major domestic markets via Interstates I-65, I-64, and I-71. In addition, a secondary road network provides convenient ingress and egress to the major interstate highways.
Oldham County is situated between two international airports. Louisville International Airport and Cincinnati International Airport each provide dependable service to numerous international and domestic gateways including 253 in-bound and out-bound UPS flights a day.
The Greater Louisville region has two public inland ports and 48 private terminals on the Ohio River which provide a competitive advantage in handling bulk products with access on the U.S. inland waterway system from the St. Lawrence Seaway to the Gulf of Mexico.
The Greater Louisville region is served by three Class I railroads: Canadian Pacific (CP), CSX and Norfolk Southern (NS). Both CSX and NS railroads provide Louisville with direct rail service to all markets east of the Mississippi River as well as connecting service to the West Coast. The city is also one of four regional hubs for CSX.
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