Liberty Township straddles Interstate 75, 20 miles north of Cincinnati and 25 miles south of Dayton. I-275 is six miles south and provides access to I-71 and I-74. The Butler County Regional Highway (State Route 129) runs east-west through the entire Township providing direct access to I-75. Ohio State Route 4 between Hamilton and Middletown passes through the Township's northwestern border. Both highways serve designated business areas in the southeast and northwest corners of the Township.
Liberty Way Interchange
The Liberty Way Interchange opened in October 2009 - it's the extension of the Butler County Regional Highway (SR 129) from its terminus at Interstate 75 eastward. The project also involved extending Cox Road from Liberty Way northward. The interchange provides greater access for Liberty Township businesses and residents.
Liberty Township is strategically located between two international airports:
Three nearby regional airports also support the area:
Liberty Township is serviced by two railroads:
- CSX Transportation
- Norfolk Southern
- Gas & Electric service in Liberty Township is handled by Duke Energy
- Water & Sewer service in Liberty Township is handled by Butler County Department of Environmental Services (BCDES)