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Lebanon Rail Analysis
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The City of Lebanon is strategically located midway between the Cincinnati and Dayton metropolitan areas. Lebanon is within a 600-mile radius of 65% of the nation's population and located within a 12-hour drive of all major east coast ports.
Lebanon's central location affords businesses easy access to major U.S. markets and suppliers.
Two major interstate corridors are readily accessible with Interstate 71 bordering the the City to the south and Interstate 75 located seven miles to the west.
County & State Highways
County and state highways, including Routes 48 and 42 running north and south, and Routes 63 and 123 running east and west provide convenient regional access.
Intrastate Motor Carriers
In addition to excellent interstate transportation, businesses can also ship goods via multiple intrastate motor carries. Freight-rail service is provided by the City-owned Lebanon Railway and the Franklin Yards Transload facility.
Amtrak offers passenger-train service three times weekly to Chicago and Washington D.C. from nearby Cincinnati, Ohio. In historic downtown Lebanon, passengers can also embark upon a nostalgic ride on the LM&M, which follows an old stagecoach route from Lebanon to Mason, Ohio.
Lebanon is within a 45-minute drive to both the Greater Cincinnati International Airport (CVG) and Dayton International Airport. Five commuter airports are also nearby, including the Warren County Airport two miles west of Lebanon, which has a 4,200-foot runway, terminal, and night lighting.
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