Tuscarawas County networks its highways with the nation. Linked by Interstate 77, the highways and byways carry travelers from throughout the United States who come to visit our valley. Towns such as Sugarcreek, Gnadenhutten, Zoar and Bolivar lure tourists, while modern business and industry thrive in Dover, New Philadelphia, Dennison, Uhrichsville, Strasburg and Newcomerstown.

Cgraphicentrally located between the major metropolitan markets of east central Ohio, Tuscarawas County is ideally suited for access to a wide variety of business and industry. The convergence of 14 major U.S. and State highways, a municipal airport, and railroads link the county to Cleveland, 90 miles north; Akron/Canton, 30 miles north; Columbus, 110 miles southeast; and Pittsburgh, 90 miles east. The Akron-Canton Regional Airport, approximately 35 minutes north via I-77, provides passenger and cargo services to the nation.

The county's own airport, Harry Clever Field, features a 3,900-foot, paved runway accommodating small corporate jets, a charter service, aerial photography and flight training. Three railroads, R.J. Corman, Ohio Central and Wheeling & Lake Erie, as well as some 25 motor freight carriers, also serve the needs of the county's shippers.

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