The Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana Regional Council of Governments in partnership with Davey Resources, Centerline Strategies, LLC, and the National Association of Regional Councils, with funding by the U.S. Forest Service are pleased to bring
We are requesting wheelchair accessible vans specifically modified minivans to help us become more efficient and to provide more services to more people more often. These types of vans have been the most versatile for helping us transport our current demographic of clients.
The Ohio River Paddlefest Celebration is the largest paddling event in the United States. Over 2,000 participants from 20 states paddle 1,600 kayaks, canoes, and stand up paddleboards for 3 hours down the 9
With this application we are seeking additional funding for program personnel that would cover January 2021 to June 2023. With this additional funding, we believe we can implement several new revenue sources to fund program activities, including those outlined above. Additionally, there are several other program goals we hope to achieve to improve the transportation services within the region.
My Community’s Water is a web-based interactive tool for geographic information system analysis (GIS) of water resources in the 122 local political jurisdictions of Butler, Clermont, Hamilton and Warren counties. It can be accessed
Maple Knoll Outreach Services for Seniors is in dire need of a replacement vehicle to aid us in our service to seniors located in Cincinnati, Ohio in Hamilton County. We have 7 in our present fleet, and utilize all of them with regularity.
The project goal would be to provide safe travel instruction for at least 300 people who are blind or visually impaired within a one year period from receipt of the grant. Services would also include evaluation and instruction in Orientation and Mobility that provides safe travel skills training in protective techniques, use of the white cane, and bus travel.
2 Light Transient Vehicles to replace existing vehicles in the fleet. In addition to vehicles we are requesting funding for on board cameras for all vehicles. This will reduce risk for both drivers and riders and improve overall quality improvement.
Web Ride Request add-on feature for the Easy Rides dispatching software that we are currently utilizing. The Web Ride Request feature would decrease the time that dispatchers and clients spend scheduling rides over the phone, while increasing client satisfaction and online visibility of their upcoming trips. It has potential to increase overall trip volumes as well.
Continuation funding of a currently-funded FTA Section 5310 Mobility Management Program being operated by the Cancer Justice Network (CJN). CJN provides mobility management services to very-low income cancer patients seeking screening and ongoing treatment, using Cancer Navigators cross-trained to be Mobility Managers, while helping patients navigate the complexities of medical providers.
CORIS - Central Ohio River Information System CORIS centralizes information that may be of importance to potential site selectors, users, investors, elected officials and industry members. The app, via a detailed filter, can find
Environmental Justice Populations OKI has defined five social groups for which the impacts of transportation projects are being evaluated in accordance with federal and state Environmental Justice (EJ) guidelines. OKI used a variety of
Programmed Roadway Projects Programmed roadway projects are scheduled in OKI’s TIP. These are projects for which funding is allocated and thus they are considered “programmed” and ready for implementation. A total of 214 programmed
Bicyclists and pedestrians account for 14% of all transportation related fatalities. The vulnerability of bicyclists and pedestrians, coupled with the increasing popularity of bicycling, contributes to this important safety concern. The data below shows five-year
The Bike Route Guide was prepared by the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments with assistance from the Cincinnati Department of Transportation and Engineering, members of Queen City Bike, the Cincinnati Cycle Club and many area
With over 2,300 bridges in the OKI region, maintaining the safety and functionality of those bridges is critical to keeping people and goods moving. “Functionally Obsolete” is a status used to describe a bridge that
Motor vehicle crashes account for high economic loss and societal impact for residents of the OKI region. Impacts include loss of life, decreased quality of life due to injuries, lost productivity, medical and legal costs,
OKI has defined five social groups for which the impacts of transportation projects are being evaluated in accordance with federal and state Environmental Justice (EJ) guidelines. OKI used a variety of quantitative performance measures and