Transportation

HIGHWAYS

Interstates – US 80/90 The Ohio Turnpike runs east to west just to the north of Huron County’s border; most of the northern section of the county is within 10 minutes of Interstate access.

Highways – Huron County is crossed with a large number of Federal and State highways that carry large amounts of freight and commercial traffic throughout the nation.

  • 4 lane US Rt. 20 travels through Bellevue, Monroeville, and Norwalk
  • US Rt. 224 is a major regional industrial traffic highway supplying Willard and Greenwich
  • US Rt. 250 is the major north and south arterial highway through Huron County

RAIL

Norfolk Southern – a major yard is located at Bellevue, OH in northwest Huron County

CSX – a major yard is located in Willard, OH in southwest Huron County with a line running east to west throughout the south of the county

Wheeling and Lake Erie – east to west line running through Bellevue and Norwalk, with an additional line running east to west through Greenwich and New London

Ashland Railway – a north to south line that connects major lines in central Ohio to CSX yard in Willard

WATER PORTS

Huron County is easily accessible to water ports because of its close proximity to Lake Erie.  All of the county is within 30 miles of the ports of Sandusky and Huron, and most are within 60 miles of the major intermodal ports of Cleveland or Toledo.

AIR

Most of Huron County is located within an hour of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport or Toledo Express Airport.  The county is locally served by two airports, the Huron County Airport in Norwalk, and the Willard Municipal Airport.