THE EASTERN CORRIDOR PROGRAM
Providing essential east-west connectivity for the Greater Cincinnati region
Comprised of a comprehensive series of projects, the Eastern Corridor Program will address critical congestion issues, make travel between and among the eastern communities and the region’s core easier and safer, and will help get more people out of their cars, onto trains and buses, riding their bikes and walking.
The Program’s multi-modal solutions will address long-standing transportation needs of the Eastern Corridor communities and will provide valuable opportunities for community enhancement, economic development and sustainable regional growth. For more, see Program Benefits.
THE EASTERN CORRIDOR PROJECTS
Currently in the second phase of study and development, the Eastern Corridor Program has been divided into four core projects. Although functionally independent, these projects are interrelated and complementary to each other. The combined completion of all projects will allow our region to realize the greatest benefit from these transportation investments. The four core Eastern Corridor projects are:
The Eastern Corridor Program is administered by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the Federal Transit Authority (FTA) and the local Eastern Corridor Implementation Partners.