The Miami Valley Region, located in southwest Ohio, is made up of communities, diverse in sizes and characteristics but, united by shared identity and values
The Region, like many other Midwestern cities, has a rich history of manufacturing and a wealth of production knowledge. However, the Region is in the process of shifting from a manufacturing-based to a knowledge-based and medical facility-based economy. Further, a long tradition of aviation research in the Region continues with the Wright Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB), the largest single-site employer in the State of Ohio.
The Region is served by three interstate highways – I-70, I-75, and I-675 and the Dayton International Airport, located near the I-70/I-75 interchange, serves the Region as the gateway to the United States’ top 90-minute air market. It is this geographic advantage, supported by the network of infrastructures and abundance of higher-education institutions that makes the Region competitive in the global market place.
The Miami Valley Region is full of great places and a variety of amenities. Top quality recreational attractions such as parks, museums, cultural arts, and recreational facilities make it an extremely desirable area to live, work and play. The Region also boasts the nation’s largest network of paved, off-street trails that cover over 330 miles and are within close proximity to its residents, making the Region more livable, active and connected, while enhancing resident’s quality of life.
Agency-wide Informational Piece
This agency-wide informational piece provides and overview of all MVRPC ongoing projects and activities relative to transportation, environmental and land use planning.