The Fiscal Impact Analysis Model is a scenario planning tool. Information generated from the Model will help local governments better understand the revenues and costs associated with new development, as well as the jurisdiction’s ability to provide public facilities and services.
The Digital Guide to the Ohio River is designed to help boaters, paddlers, anglers, cyclists and motorists safely explore the Ohio and its historic river communities. The Ohio River Recreation Trail connects people and
The OKI Street Map includes interstate highways, major roads, minor roads, railroads, water features, parks, landmarks, urbanized boundary and city names, overlaid on shaded relief for added context. View Map (20.5MB PDF)
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
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
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
2050 Plan Recommended Projects Beyond the OKI Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), this Plan includes 206 projects with an estimated cost of $8.5 billion. This does not include maintenance and operations. The list of recommended
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
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
The OKI interactive map of Environmental Resources and Greenspace Features allows you to: Focus on your county, a project site, or any level in between — or zoom to your community Select aerial photos, U.S.G.S.
Freight Can’t Wait Since 2007, OKI staff and members have been actively engaged in freight transportation planning due to its critical impact on the region’s socio-economic well-being. The efficient flow of goods, employees and
Our region boasts a robust roadway network of over 9,000 miles, largely built during the 20th century. We are faced with the challenge of preserving these thousands of miles of pavement across all eight counties.