design alternatives for Red Bank Expressway at its meeting on July 18.
The alternatives are part of the Eastern Corridor project, a multi-modal transportation project to better connect eastern Hamilton County and western Clermont County to Downtown Cincinnati and to I-71.
Part of the project includes planning for Red Bank, which is expected to see increased commuter traffic from a planned State Route 32 (S.R. 32) relocation and expansion that would connect to Red Bank near its intersection with Columbia Parkway.
One option, a "no build" option, would keep S.R. 32 as-is and would not require significant changes.
The alternatives were shown by the Ohio Department of Transportation at a May 21 meeting at the Madisonville Recreation Center. Several alternatives for the intersection of Madison Road and Red Bank were commissioned by the MCC and prepared by American Structurepoint.
A few months ago, the community council passed a resolution asking the City to change the name of the roadway to "Red Bank Boulevard".
The meeting and vote will take place at 7 P.M. at the Madisonville Recreation Center, located at 5320 Stewart Road.
Previous reading on BC:
Portune: Make passenger rail a reality by 2015 All-Star Game (3/1/13)
Historic preservation review beginning for SR 32 relocation (2/4/13)
TRAC accepts 2014-2017 draft for road projects, accepting public comment (12/21/12)
Open houses for East Side commuter rail study begin tonight (4/5/11)
Streetcar tentatively awarded $15M, other projects recommended (3/22/10)