All Roads Lead to Kentucky Crossroads
Welcome home. Kentucky Crossroads is strategically positioned between the Louisville and Lexington metro areas with business development assets and advantages that are easily accessible via four major highway corridors (KY 55, US 127, US 150, US 27) to the Martha Layne Collins/Bluegrass Parkway, the Louie B. Nunn/Cumberland Parkway, and Interstates 64, 65, and 75. Class I rail providers, Norkfolk Southern and CSX, provide main line north-south rail access within the region, while offering rail service connections across the country.
Highway Distance to Select Market Centers
Distance calculated from Boyle County
Population Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division, 2008 population estimate Personal Income Source: 2007 Regional Economic Accounts, Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), US Dept. of Commerce Retail Sales Source: 2002 Economic Census, US Census Bureau Manufacturing Employment Source: 2007 County Business Patterns, US Census Bureau Highway Distance Source: ESRI Arcview StreetMap, 2007
Need to travel quickly by air? We’ve got you covered there too. Within an hour or less you have access to direct flights to dozens of U.S. locations from either the Blue Grass Lexington Airport (LEX) or the Louisville International Airport (SDF). And in less about two hours, you can take advantage of commercial flights at the Owensboro-Daviess County Regional Airport (OWB), Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) and the Nashville International Airport (BNA).
These airports also provide the bonus advantage of housing three of the world’s largest air cargo hubs, UPS in Louisville and DHL and Amazon Air in Northern Kentucky. Want to fly private? Five local regional airports are also an easy option for private air travel, giving you multiple choices to get where you need to be.