Annual Meeting Transportation

Transportation to CincinnatiCincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport (CVG) is about 13 kilometers from the Duke Energy Center and is served by many major commercial airlines. It is a child-friendly airport and offers free WiFi. Click here for the airport website. Click here if you might need special assistance in the airport. 

Transportation in Cincinnati:  Getting from the airport to Cincinnati is easy.

Cincinnati Metro runs 4 AM to 1:30 AM every day for $1.75 each way. Best for attending Art Museum, Cincinnati City Hall, Downtown, Duke Energy Convention Center, Music Hall and more. Starting October 30, you can pay your fare and plan your trip using the Transit App with EZFare. The Transit App is available on both the App Store and Google Play. You can use Metro’s day pass for zones 1 and 2

Southbank Shuttle Bus Monday-Thursday (6 a.m.-10 p.m.); Friday (6 a.m.-midnight); Saturday (10 a.m.-midnight); and, Sunday (10 a.m.-10 p.m.). The cost is $1.00 per person (exact change is required; no transfers). There are two or more stops in the downtown Cincinnati area. The service runs every 15 to 20 minutes. Click here for information.

To reach the convention center, you would catch the #2X Airporter bus from the airport. The stop is outside Delta Terminal 3 by baggage claim. The bus will drop you off on 5th Street at Elm Street in Cincinnati. 

Cincinnati Bell Connector- street car running from the banks to the brewery district. $1/two hours, $2/day pass.

The Airporter- $2 per trip from the airport to downtown. Click here for the schedule.

Taxi
Taxis are available near major hotels in Cincinnati.
Community Yellow Cab (859)727-2900 or (859)261-4400 (dual licensed in Ohio & in Kentucky; vans are available)
General Cab number (513)353-3824

The meter starts at $3.60; $1.60 per mile thereafter. This is an approximate fee schedule.
Please note:
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport is 13 miles from downtown Cincinnati and the rate for that trip is $34.00 for 1-4 people. Single state license taxi companies (either Ohio or Kentucky) CANNOT pick up passengers in the other state. Any dual state license taxi (such as Community Yellow Cab) can pick up at the airport.
The taxi desk is in the baggage claim area in Terminal 3 of the airport. You may also use a courtesy phone near the exit at Terminal 2. The phone number is 3260.

UBER, LYFT and eScooters available via the phone apps. Around the convention center, you may also catch an Oggo free electric car or a GEST free golf cart taxi ride. It is recommended that you tip your driver, though the ride is free.