Business Travel and Freight Shipping Options
Hudson’s industrial corridors are strategically placed at the Southern and Western gateways of our City with immediate access to State Route 8, I-271, and I-80 (Ohio Turnpike). A short drive along these major highways are interchanges with I-480 (2 miles), I-76/I-77 (10 miles), I-71 (20 miles), and I-90 (25 miles). Our central location and easy access to major highways means road transport is simple and efficient.
Hudson is also fortunate to have rail access available at multiple industrial sites in the City served by class I providers CSX
and Norfolk Southern
, as well as regional service provided by the Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway
Hudson is 35 miles from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
which offers freight transport as well as passenger travel. The Akron Canton Regional airport
is less than 30 miles to the south with service throughout the country, and the Kent State University Airport
, less than 7 miles away, provides services for private aircraft.
A final transportation option for businesses in Hudson, Ohio is located less than 35 miles to the north on the shores of Lake Erie. The Port of Cleveland
is a full-service, international maritime port.