OKI Continues Improving Public Participation, Community Outreach
OKI seeks new ways to engage the region through public meetings, workshops, surveys, social media, and other forums. For example, many of our events have moved online to include hybrid and virtual options.
OKI Aids Clean Air, RideShare, Bike & Pedestrian Trails
Viable bicycle and pedestrian trails, RideShare programs and clean air initiatives are critical to the health and welfare of a region. OKI continues to fund these important amenities because we know our region's 2 million residents value them as much as OKI does.
OKI’s Strategic Regional Policy Plan a Tool for Consistent Development
This plan’s policy recommendations help inform and guide local decision makers. They are based on regional trends in population change, increasing costs of public services, while incorporating environmental health and a better quality of life.
‘Tree for Me’ Tool Continues to Educate, Aid in Tree Distributions
In 2021, Tree for Me was developed as an aid for sustainability organizations, local communities, and residents to estimate the air quality and stormwater benefits of newly planted trees.
Environmental Mitigation Tool Lessens Impact to Land, Aids Conservation
EMSM helps identify and prioritize potential areas for mitigation. Our conservation partners and governments are also using the interactive modeling tool to select where their conservation efforts should be focused.
OKI Enhances Mobility Options for Seniors, Individuals with Disabilities
Annually, OKI provides funding to agencies throughout the region for vehicles and activities whose goal is to improve mobility for seniors and people with disabilities.
Ohio River Way Digital Guide Enhancing Safety, Enjoyment for Adventurists
The online tool was developed to increase safety and enhance tourism along the Ohio River corridor from Portsmouth, Ohio, to West Point, Ky.
OKI Began Work on New Freight Plan, Continues to Sponsor Port Improvements
Safety, infrastructure, mobility, environmental, and economic data across all five freight modes (road, rail, river, runway, and pipeline) were gathered in phase one of OKI's Freight Plan.
Travel Demand Model Updated Transit Network, Mobile Emission Estimates
The OKI model is a computer used to estimate traffic and transit volume. It is based on land use patterns; socioeconomic patterns; employment; and the composition and configuration of the transportation system.