Transportation In Ohio

From Ohio History Central

Transportation of people, their possessions and products has been of great importance to Ohio ever since the first settlers floated down the Ohio River to the mouth of the Muskingum River in 1788.

Facts (circa 1995)

State Highways1,267 (14,024 miles)
U.S. Highways223 (3,922 miles)
Interstate Highways82 (1,331 miles)
Registered Motor Vehicles10,401,494
Railroad Track6,140 miles
Commercial Airports163
Airports with Scheduled Airline Service6
Commercial Heliports18