- Highways Serving Area: New York State Routes 104 and 35O. Average daily traffic count on N.Y.S. Rte. 104: 26,645 (per N.Y.S.D.O.T.) (study 2003)
- Distance to New York State Thruway: 20 miles (Exit #43-Manchester; 20 miles (Exit # 46-Henrietta)
- Motor Freight Carriers: Serviced by all major distributors
- Average commuting time to work: 19.7 minutes (U.S. 22.7 minutes)
For the latest road, weather, and traffic conditions in New York, visit the NYS Dept. of Transportation's web site at www.nysdot.gov. The site also provides a link to the Traveler information Gateway www.travelinfony.com which details real-time conditions affecting transportation systems throughout New York State.
- Greater Rochester International Airport: 30 miles west of Ontario. Passengers using Rochester airport annually: 1,450,000(2005) (U.S. 2,411,280 - median of 128 airports) (1995)
- Williamson-Sodus Airport: A public-use, 24 hour facility located just a few miles east of Ontario. The facility offers a 3,800 foot runway, parallel taxiway, aircraft parking apron, aircraft storage, flight training, aircraft maintenance, aircraft rental, supplies and fuel.
Williamson Flying Club, Inc.
P.O. Box 148
Williamson, N.Y. 14589
Phone (315) 483-6011
Public TransportationWayne Area Transit System, (WATS) provides Park N' Ride service from Wayne County to Rochester through daily connection to Rochester Transit System.
RailEasy Access via rail sidings to approved industrial sites
Ontario Midland Railroad services Town of Ontario and Wayne County Frequency of switching service: 5 days a week
Shortline service: available
Passenger Service: via Amtrak @ Rochester Rail Station, 320 Central Ave.
Freight Service: via Conrail @ Rochester Rail Station, 320 Central Ave.
WaterwaysNearest Navigable Waterway: Lake Ontario 0-10 miles
Via Town Owned Harbor
Port Facilities: Port of Rochester - 0-20 miles
Barge/Erie Canal: 0-10 miles