Williams County is located in the far northwest corner of Ohio and borders both Michigan and Indiana. The Ohio Turnpike and the rail system provide high-speed transportation and economic development options with easy access to major cities, and global operations.

Highway Transportation

Williams County has quick access to OH turnpike Exit 2 and 13, Interstate 80 & 90, and is approximately 45 minutes from OH Turnpike Exit 64, I-75 Exit 195, and only 25 minutes from IN Turnpike Exit 144, I-69 Exit156.

Access to other state routes, U.S. routes, and highways include:

  • SR-6
  • SR-15
  • SR-34
  • SR-49
  • SR-120
  • SR-127
  • SR-576
  • US-20
  • US-20A

Rail Transportation

Bryan’s Amtrak stop is located four blocks north of the town’s main square.

Norfolk Southern

Air Transportation

Williams County Airport

The Williams County Airport (Link) is located at 16288 Co. Rd. D, approximately 2 miles to the east of Bryan, Ohio. Through the years the Williams County Regional Airport has a 5,000 Ft. runway, and has grown to accommodate private planes, company jets and small freight companies looking to fly into Northwest Ohio.

Fort Wayne International Airport

Fort Wayne International Airport is located 1 hour from Williams County. Fort Wayne International Airport offers non-stop flights and connections to Orlando, Tampa, Atlanta, Dallas, Myrtle Beach, Philadelphia, Chicago, Phoenix, Minneapolis, Fort Myers and Charlotte.

Toledo Express Airport

Toledo Express rovides daily passenger flights to major passenger hubs in the Midwest including Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Florida and Pittsburgh.

Detroit Metro Airport

Detroit Metro Airport is located approximately 2 1/2 hours of Williams County and offers daily direct flights to national and international destinations. The airports in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus are less than 4 hours away.

Regional Transportation Planning Organization (RTPO)

In 2013, MVPO was one of five organizations chosen by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) to form a Regional Transportation Planning Organization (RTPO) for a two-year pilot program. ODOT created this program to strengthen and formalize the rural consultation process that is followed when carrying out statewide planning activities.