Mason and Ohio’s geographic location makes Mason a logistical gateway for quick, efficient distribution of products and people in any direction.
- 4th largest highway system, with eight major interstates linking all North American markets.
- 4th largest network of operating railroads in the U.S.
- 9 ports on Lake Erie and several Ohio River terminals.
- 4th largest state by water traffic tonnage, with more traffic than the Panama Canal.
- Three major interstates. Mason has two direct interchanges on I-71, and I-75 is just 1.5 miles west of the city. The I-275 loop around Cincinnati is 2 miles south of Mason.
- Two major freight rail systems. CSX and Norfolk Southern serve the Cincinnati market.
- Three international airports within 100 miles.
- Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport (CVG) is 35 miles from Mason. Scheduled passenger service is provided by six airlines through a total of 21 mainline and regional carriers. Scheduled cargo service is provided by two cargo airlines. The airport is a Delta hub and serves as a DHL U.S. international sorting hub.
- Dayton International (DAY) is 48 miles and host to 7 airlines serving 16 non-stop destinations.
- Port Columbus (CMH), the largest passenger airport in central Ohio, is 93 miles from Mason. Seven airlines fly non-stop to 31 destinations each day.