Monday, July 9, 2012

Ordinances passed for high friction pavement, Winton projects

At its June 26 meeting, Cincinnati City Council unanimously passed two ordinances to provide the go-ahead for two local road projects.

The first ordinance pledges $110,000 in matching funds and cooperation with the Ohio Department of Transportation for a $1.1 million project to apply street calming, high friction treatment to the pavement of eight road segments within the City, including:

The second ordinance authorizes a Municipal Road Fund agreement with Hamilton County to accept $267,500 for the rehabilitation of Winton Road.

The project, scheduled to begin next spring between Gray Road and Bilamy Court, will include street resurfacing, curb repair, and the installation of sidewalks.

Previous reading on BC:
Waldvogel/Sixth St lane closures (3/6/12)
Open houses for East Side commuter rail study begin tonight (4/5/11)
Preferred alternative unveiled for W MLK road project (2/7/11)
Ohio first state in nation to produce targeted report for multi-modal investment (1/10/11)
Conversion of Taft and E McMillan should wait, report says (8/9/10)