Transportation

Transportation in Miami Township has been focused for much of the last century upon development and reliance on an ever-expanding road network. Miami Township has a well-developed local road network, as well as being located along several regional and national road networks.

Miami Township is served by a number of major transportation routes, and has a number of major commercial features that provide employment that drive the local economy.

Major Transportation Routes in Miami Township
Interstate Routes I-75, I-675
Rail Lines (Freights)  Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
Bike/Pedestrian Routes Great Miami River Trail, Miami Township Trail, Medlar Trail
State Routes S.R. 725, S.R. 741, S.R. 4
Air Transportation Dayton Wright Brothers Airport
Public Transit Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (RTA)
*Southern Hub located in Miami Township

Traffic Count Information  
Thoroughfare 1999 2003 2006 2009
2013
 Interstate 75 at:          
I-675 83,160 89,720 93,250   83,260  81,550
SR-725 92,900 95,700 102,780  91,640  84,400
Interstate 675 overpass at:          
SR-741 45,070  53,850  54,120  51,620
 53,910
State Route 725 at:    
   
 I-75 44,730 42,750 38,660  33,850  30,470
SR-741 31,380 28,690 33,560  26,910  24,200
State Route 741 at:    
   
Warren County Line 17,360 20,420 19,840  19,410  19,780
Spring Valley Pike 27,980 31,980 32,050  32,790  24,130
Lyons Road 34,330 33,510 32,430  32,790  24,700
SR-725 34,640 24,420  22,670  23,740  22,480
Near Cox Arboretum 34,640 24,420 22,670  23,740     ----
Eckley Boulevard 25,040 26,230 23,830  22,050  18,600
State Route 4 at:          
Northeast Corp. of Germantown 5,590 5,330 5,160  5,960     ----
Source: Ohio Dept. of Transportation