ODOT is Hosting Additional Meetings This Week to Discuss Improvements for 
Eastern Corridor Segments II and III

ODOT Continues to Seek Public Input 

The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) has four more workshops scheduled to discuss improvement needs and priorities for  Segments II and III of the  Eastern Corridor group of projects
Community members discussed transportation priorities at the April 13 Workshop at 
Mariemont High School

Segments II and III of the Eastern Corridor extend from the Red Bank corridor to the I-275/SR 32 interchange and encompass all roads in between, including Wooste r Pike, Beechmont Levee (SR 125) and SR 32. 

Two workshops are this week. See the schedule below. 

Your feedback and comments will help add value to communities and businesses within the stu dy area, while also addressing transportation issues like safety and congestion.

Thanks to those who attended the meetings in Mariemont and Newtown. We've had great  discussions so far!

Workshop Details (Two are happening this week!)
*****Wednesday, April 27*****
Ancor/SR 32 Hill Area
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Anderson Center
7850 Five Mile Road, Anderson Twp. 45230

*****Thursday, April 28******
Linwood/Eastern Interchange Area
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Christ The King Parish Center
927 Ellison Avenue, Mt. Lookout 45226

Wednesday, May 4
US 50/ Red Bank Interchange Area
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
R.G. Cribbett Recreation Center
5903 Hawthorne Avenue, Fairfax 45227

Thursday, May 5
SR 125/SR 32 Area
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Mt. Washington Recreation Center
1750 Beacon Street, Mt. Washington 45230

Also, don't forget to share your priorities and ideas for Segments II and III using ODOT's easy-to-use, interactive survey.  Available until June 15, this survey can be accessed any time, any where using a computer, smartphone or other mobile device.

ODOT will also be reaching out to local business and community organizations to encourage their participation in the process. Anyone who would like a project representative to present at a community or organization meeting, can submit a request to

As always, comments, questions, suggestions and ideas can also be submitted to the project team by replying to this email or by going to the Eastern Corridor website at www.EasternCorridor.org.

Eastern Corridor Implementation Partners