Welcome to the Eastern Corridor Program
Click the button above to learn more about plans being developed
to make it easier and safer for bicyclists and pedestrians to travel along Beechmont Avenue (SR 125),
between the Little Miami Scenic Trail bridge project and nearby neighborhoods.
The Eastern Corridor Program is a series of integrated multi-modal transportation projects designed to make travel easier and safer between Greater Cincinnati’s urban core and the communities in eastern Hamilton County and western Clermont County. This area covers approximately 165 square miles. Eastern Corridor projects are also designed to support local goals for community enhancement, economic development, and sustainable regional growth.
While each Eastern Corridor project is functionally independent and provides improvements to the transportation system, Eastern Corridor projects are also interrelated and complementary to each other. Together, they are designed to allow our region to realize the greatest benefit from these transportation investments.
Planning for Eastern Corridor improvements began in the 1990s. Since then, numerous projects have been undertaken, ranging in size and complexity from simple traffic signal upgrades to roadway, intersection, and interchange improvements. Currently, dozens more projects are in the planning, design, and construction phases or are awaiting sponsorship and funding.
INTERACTIVE PROJECT MAP
The interactive map below identifies the location of Eastern Corridor projects that are currently undergoing planning and design. Simply click on a project for more information, including a project description, funding status, estimated cost, and next steps. To view the map in a separate tab, click here.