April 2014
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Advancing Fields Ertel 
Project Partners

Ohio Department of Transportation


Warren County Transportation Improvement District


Hamilton County Transportation Improvement District


Warren County 

Engineer's Office


Hamilton County

Engineer's Office


Deerfield Township


Symmes Township


Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments 

Project Goals
*   Ease congestion 
*   Improve safety 
*   Expand access to business &          shopping 
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ODOT Hosts Construction Kick-Off
Each year, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) holds a number of statewide events to launch the upcoming construction season. The events are held at various locations throughout the state, and ODOT  selected the project site for the new Loop Ramp at the I-71 & Fields-Ertel/Mason-Montgomery Road interchange as the site for their southwest Ohio event.  
Warren County Engineer Neil Tunison spoke last week about the partnerships that make regional improvements happen on time and on budget.

Event speakers included:

  • ODOT District  8 Deputy Director Steve Mary
  • Warren County Commissioner Dave Young
  • Warren County Engineer Neil Tunison
  • Hamilton County Engineer Ted Hubbard
  • Southwest Ohio Regional Liaison for Governor Kasich, Sherri Carbo  

ODOT said that $2.5 billion will be used to move 936 transportation improvement projects forward throughout the state this year, including the work that will take place in our area at the Fields-Ertel/Mason Montgomery Road interchange. 

Our project team will continue to work hard on the local network improvements that will ease congestion, improve safety, expand access to business and shopping, and support the work taking place to upgrade the interstate system. We are excited to see the work on the Loop Ramp begin.   


Thanks, and as always, drive safely.




Click here to read more about the Loop Ramp Project.