The Ohio Department of Transportation has requested proposals from consultants to support contract administration, public outreach, project management, and control tasks necessary to manage the eventual design-build project.
OKI President and Clermont County Commissioner David Painter responded to the announcement of a new agreement between Kentucky and Ohio to increase efforts to build a new Ohio River bridge in the OKI region.
EMSM identifies potential mitigation sites for future transportation and development projects. In addition, OKI’s partners and local governments are using it to prioritize where their conservation efforts should be focused.
Suzanne Parkey, Senior Digital Communications Strategist; Brandon Flessner, GIS Developer; and Travis Miller, Regional Planning Manager, collaborated on the free tool.
“These projects will improve mobility and safety for drivers, transit riders, cyclists and pedestrians. And, they will raise the quality of life for our citizens,” said OKI Board President and Clermont County Commissioner David Painter.
OKI Achieves SolSmart Designation for Encouraging Solar Energy Growth OKI Regional Council of Governments (OKI) has received a Silver designation from the national SolSmart program for helping local governments across […]
New Officers Approved to Lead OKI Board of Directors Cincinnati, Ohio – The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) Board of Directors approved the appointment of new officers to lead […]
For Interviews: OKI Deputy Executive Director Robert Koehler (513-379-6124 m.) and OKI Board President Kris Knochelmann (859-835-1500 m.) both are available to speak with media. If you need anything else, […]
Interactive Job Hubs Map Launched by Cincinnati Chamber, OKI, REDI Partnership Innovative new tool will identify region’s densest areas of employment and detail how accessible they are to jobs by […]
Cincinnati, Ohio –The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) Board of Directors approved the appointment of new officers to lead the transportation planning organization for 2019. “For many years, the […]