The Draft OKI FY 2018- FY 2021 Transportation Improvement Program is available for public comment beginning March 9, 2017 and continuing through April 11, 2017. Adoption of the TIP by the OKI Board of Directors is scheduled for April 13, 2017. This federally required document provides information on all transportation projects planned in the OKI [...]
Cincinnati, Ohio – The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) Board of Directors today approved the appointment of new officers to lead the transportation planning organization for 2017. “The OKI board is financially sound and has built a reputation of trust and professionalism in serving the public,” said incoming OKI Board President, Butler County Ohio [...]
The entire application must be completed to be considered for an award, with each attachment clearly labeled. At the end of the application are appendices that will assist with certain sections. These appendices are not meant to be completed or submitted to OKI; the appendices are provided to assist with the preparation of the application. If application [...]
Cincinnati, Ohio – Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) Board President and Dearborn County Commissioner Kevin Lynch announced today the award of more than $77 million to be distributed to 42 transportation projects in the region. “Once again, through consensus, the board of OKI has delivered a $77 million infrastructure package that will enhance the [...]
Boone County - KY 237 Multi-modal Pathway Federal Funds $2,081,360 Local $520,340 Total Estimate $2,601,700 Expand existing multi-modal pathway system. 10’ wide asphalt path. Will create the spine for the Boone County multi-modal pedestrian network.
Butler County Engineer's Office - SR 129/Liberty Way Federal Funds $6,000,000 Local $27,444,343 Total Estimate $33,444,343 Revamp the existing SR 129/Liberty Way Interchange along I-75. Extends SR 129 to Cox Road and Liberty Way and reconfigures several of the ramps on I-75 and SR 129.
Transportation planning is central to the mission of OKI. One of the tools OKI uses is a travel demand model. As the owner and operator of the regional travel demand model, OKI continually updates and refines its functionality and performance. This model estimates and forecasts traffic flow based on current and forecasted data. This data [...]
Five years ago this month, OKI unveiled the OKI Regional Freight Plan that set forth a blueprint for freight related recommendations to ensure the economic stability of the Tri-State region. The plan presented intermodal freight transportation solutions which are of vital importance to the future of the region’s road, rail, river and runway operations. The OKI [...]
RideShare’s total cash expenditure is $253,369. First, we have to understand that RideShare is a voluntary program. As such, we do not know how many people, who listen to a RideShare ad, call the RideShare number or hear about RideShare from a friend, actually form a carpool. Consequently, we need to make some assumption and [...]
Harvard Kennedy School recognized RAVEN 911 as one of the Top 25 “Innovation in American Government” Transportation Research Board (TRB) has recognized OKI’s Transportation Modeling Manager Andrew Rohne is the webmaster for both TRB’s Transportation Planning Applications Committee and their annual conference Appreciation certificates in Jan 2016 (among certificates for previous years) Blue Ribbon [...]