This amendment recommends funding approval for ten new roadway projects in Northern Kentucky to be funded with Surface Transportation Program federal funds for Northern Kentucky (SNK) plus five new projects to be funded with Transportation Alternative (TA) federal funds. In addition, five TA projects in Ohio are also recommended for funding. Read More | Download Prioritization Resolution
News and Updates
On December 5th and 6th, 2012 the formal certification review of the transportation planning process was conducted for the Cincinnati, Ohio TMA. The Review Team consisted of representatives from Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Region V, and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Ohio Division, Indiana Division, and Kentucky Division.
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OKI is considering an amendment to the Regional Water Quality Management (WQM) Plan for southwest Ohio to add information about federal stormwater management requirements and how they are being implemented, as well as the results of an analysis of impervious surface to help identify the impact of the built environment on watersheds and waterways. A public hearing on the proposed amendment will be held on Monday, June 3, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the OKI Board Room, 720 East Pete Rose Way, Suite 420, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202.
Draft Stormwater Management Text | Draft Impervious Surface Analysis
The OKI FY 2014-2017 Final Transportation
Improvement Program (TIP) is now available. This federally required document provides information on all
transportation projects planned in the OKI Region using federal funds
between fiscal years 2014 and 2017. Included in the TIP are detailed
descriptions of highway, transit and planning projects that have
federal, state and/or local funding committed to the projects in theOhio
counties of: Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, Warren; Kentucky counties of
Boone, Campbell and Kenton and Dearborn County Indiana. In addition, the
TIP demonstrates air quality conformity and fiscal constraint. Any
comments or questions may be directed to Mark Paine of the OKI staff at email@example.com or 513/621-6300.
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The OKI Travel Model is a tool used to forecast future transportation conditions. The model does this by calculating how many people will travel in a day based on population and employment, then determining to where people will travel based on the distance to and size of all possible destinations. Learn More
The Ohio Department of Transportation and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet are at the forefront of efforts to finance the new bridge to augment the I-71/I-75 Brent Spence Bridge. Mr. James Riley, Director of ODOT's Office of Innovative Delivery, and Rob Hans, KYTC Executive Director District 6, provided an update of the project and its Value for Money study.
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