What will be included in the Study?

​It is envisioned that components of the study would include the following (realizing public input will be critical to the final elements of the recommended plan):

  • Gateway enhancements at the I-275 and Kellogg Avenue interchange

  • Streetscape enhancements along the Kellogg Avenue corridor from approximately Renslar Avenue (City of Cincinnati) to Five Mile Road (Anderson Township)

  • Marketing opportunities for entertainment uses such as Belterra Park, Riverbend, Coney Island and California Business District

  • Wayfinding to key destinations across the corridor

  • Use of smart technologies, digital messages, etc. to help facilitate the flow of traffic into, through, and from the area during peak events

  • Create a sense of place differentiate the corridor  from other areas of the Township 

  • Assessment of probable costs and recommendations 

  • Presentation of recommendations to the Board of Township Trustees, City of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Engineer / ODOT

  • Recommendations for rideshare loading/unloading areas as it relates to the corridor and specific sites with appropriate geofencing

  • Planning and Urban Design consideration of the City of Cincinnati's extension of the Ohio River Trail, from Salem to Sutton Road, this project is estimated to be completed November 2020.