The convenient location of Atrium Medical Center (Atrium) convenient location provides easy access from both Cincinnati and Dayton. Short commutes make getting to and from work a breeze, and two international airports serve your most demanding business and leisure air travel needs.
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) is ranked No. 1 in the US and No. 10 in the world by the International Air Transport Association. With nearly 635 daily nonstop flights to 130 cities around the globe, CVG is an excellent travel option for residents and visitors of the southwest Ohio region.
As one of the world’s fastest-growing airports, CVG is consistently recognized for its high level of customer satisfaction. CVG is home to Delta Air Lines’ second-largest hub, which is an asset to both business and recreational travelers. CVG Airport is a hub of activity for the region—the airport operates more daily flights than Columbus, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Lexington, and Louisville combined.
Located just two miles from “the Crossroads of America” intersection of I-70 and I-75, the Dayton International Airport (DAY) is one of the most convenient and accessible airports in the country. Dayton has a celebrated history in the aviation industry, beginning with the Wright brothers. Today, Dayton International Airport is the best 90-minute air market in the nation, with more than half of the nation’s population within a 90-minute flight.
Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (RTA)
The Greater Dayton RTA leads the region in public transportation options, providing more than 11 million passenger trips each year. Thirty-one routes serve all of Montgomery County with a fleet of diesel buses, electric trolley buses, Project Mobility vans and buses, and Wright Flyer streetcars. Please call (937) 226-1144 or visit www.GreaterDaytonRTA.org for specific route information.
Middletown Transit System (MTS)
The city of Middletown has a full-service transit system, with six 28-passenger buses and two nine-passenger paratransit buses, all wheelchair accessible. Please call (513) 425-7726 or visit www.ci.middletown.oh.us/depts/commsvc/transit_system.aspx for specific route information.
Proximity to Major Cities
Many people do not realize how close the Dayton and Cincinnati areas are to other large cities in the Midwest.
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