"The U.S. is on a path to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, so many vehicles on the road will be electric," said Gurr, Hamilton’s senior project manager. "Our city’s excited to be prepared and to get ahead of the curve."
The new NKY designation brings the entire OKI region into attainment for the major air pollutants: particulate matter; lead; carbon monoxide; sulfur oxide; and nitrogen oxide.
Cincinnati, Ohio – Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) Board President and Boone County Judge/Executive Gary Moore announced today the award of $50.4 million for 17 transportation projects in the region. “Today, the OKI Board unanimously agreed to make a more than $50 million-dollar investment in infrastructure within our three-state region,” Moore said. “These
An interactive map, the OKI Bike Route Guide was designed to improve safety for cyclists. Launched in 2014, this new version includes bicycle levels of traffic stress.
Since the launch of its Regional Bike Plan in 2010, OKI has awarded $115 million for bike- and pedestrian-specific infrastructure.
CEO Policinski was presented the 2023 Walter Scheiber Award during a recent ceremony at NARC’s National Conference & Exhibition held in Detroit, Mich. Policinski, who won the honor in 2014, is the first two-time Walter Scheiber Award recipient.
OKI will leverage new federal Carbon Reduction Program funds to support the construction of publicly accessible charging locations for widespread use. Six OKI partners will receive grants to build charging stations at places such as parking facilities, government offices, and parks.
The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) Board of Directors approved the appointment of the board and new officers to lead the transportation planning organization for 2023.
This year’s funding amounts by category: safety ($5.2M); bike/pedestrian ($18.4M); transit ($17.9M); traffic operations ($15.4M); and roadway/maintenance ($12.1M).
“OKI has been a longtime partner and has contributed to the success of several of our programs,” said Sarah Meadows, public involvement coordinator at the district.