September 2015
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Members Of The CCTID
Matthew Van Sant -
Chair of the CCTID and President/CEO of the Clermont County Chamber of Commerce 

Jeff Wright -
Vice-Chair of the CCTID and Miami Township Administrator

Pat Manger, P.E., P.S. -
Secretary-Treasurer of the CCTID and Clermont County Engineer

Ken Geis - 
CCTID Board Member and Union Township Administrator 

Andy Kuchta - 
CCTID Board Member and Director of the Clermont County Department of Community and Economic Development
John Becker -
Ex-Officio Member of the CCTID and State Representative, Ohio's 65th House District 

Joseph Uecker -
Ex-Officio Member of the CCTID and State Senator, Ohio's 14th Senate District 

 CCTID, ODOT and Project Team
Celebrate Full Opening of 
I-275/SR 32 Interchange
In case you missed this article from the Clermont Sun, here's a nice summary of the ribbon cutting event hosted by the Ohio Department of Transportation on September 10 to commemorate the opening of the flyover ramp, which provides direct access to eastbound SR 32 from southbound I-275. Pending completion of paving work that is taking place on SR 32 over the next few weeks, this project will be COMPLETE. 

Clermont County Engineer Pat Manger spoke to the 
crowd at the ribbon cutting event. 

Several years in the making, this highly-traveled interchange provides an important and improved  link to drivers moving through both Hamilton and Clermont counties. The improvements address a variety of problems including high accident  rates, increasing traffic congestion
and  inappropriately spaced roadway access points that required drivers to merge quickly and weave in 
between accelerating traffic. 

View of the I-275/SR 32 area from the flyover ramp.

This work was part of a well-coordinated series of projects, including the improvements to Eastgate North Frontage Road and the reconstruction of Eastgate Boulevard over SR 32, that will better support current and future travel demand in the area. 

The Ohio Department of Transportation also recently opened the new access tunnel, which allows traffic from northbound I-275 to access eastbound SR 32 more directly by by-passing the traffic light at the end of the I-275 exit ramp. Once drivers adjust to the new pattern of traffic, this should ultimately help traffic move more smoothly from northbound I-275 traveling to eastbound SR 32, westbound SR 32 and to Eastgate Boulevard.

ODOT recently opened the new access tunnel.

 I-275/SR 32 Interchange Work 
Represents Major Milestone for 
Eastern Corridor Program of Projects 
The I-275/SR 32 Interchange Improvements are part of the Eastern Corridor Program of projects, which is a program of integrated, multi-modal transportation investments that will improve mobility, ease congestion, increase access and support economic development between downtown Cincinnati and western Clermont County. 
Click the image above to view a map of the
I-275/SR 32 Interchange Improvements.

ODOT, the Clermont County Transportation Improvement District (CCTID) and project partners will continue to improve access, travel safety and connectivity as they continue work on SR 32 between Eastgate and Batavia. The project team is currently studying improvements on mainline SR 32 as well as several supporting local connections to improve travel east of Eastgate. Click here to view the SR 32 Area Improvements, Eastgate to Batavia map.

Click the image above to view a map of the SR 32 Area Improvements, Eastgate to Batavia.

For more information about the SR 32 Area Improvements, Eastgate to Batavia, go