Brent Spence Bridge Corridor February 16, 2024
As part of the environmental process, members of the public are encouraged to attend and provide feedback at any of five planned public hearings.

The purpose of the upcoming public hearings is to present project information and allow members of the public to provide comments on the supplemental environmental assessment. The same information will be presented at each hearing in Ohio, Kentucky, and online.
In-Person Public Hearing Schedule
(Two in-person hearings are offered each day)
In-Person, Tuesday, Feb. 20
Noon to 3:30 p.m. | 4:30 to 8 p.m.
Radisson Hotel
668 W. Fifth St.
Covington, KY 41011
In-Person, Wednesday, Feb. 21
Noon to 3:30 p.m. | 4:30 to 8 p.m.
Longworth Hall Event Center
700 W. Pete Rose Way, Lobby C
Cincinnati, OH 45203
During each in-person hearing, participants may browse project exhibits, review project information, talk one-on-one with project team members, and provide a written or verbal comment about the project. A formal presentation about the project will begin one hour after the hearing's start.

Afterward, attendees will have an opportunity to make comments at a microphone, addressing the project team from the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC). All comments will be transcribed and included in the project's public record. Anyone wishing to speak at an in-person hearing is asked to register when arriving at the hearing. Comments will be limited to two minutes. No responses to comments will be provided at the hearing; the project team will respond in writing to all comments at a later date.
Virtual Public Hearing Schedule
Virtual, Thursday, Feb. 22
5:30 to 7 p.m.
The virtual public hearing will begin with a formal presentation about the project. Afterward, participants will have an opportunity to make public comments using a designated phone number that will be provided during the hearing. Similar to the in-person public hearings, comments will be limited to two minutes. No responses to comments will be provided at the hearing; the project team will respond in writing to all comments at a later date.

The public will also be able to view the exhibits and handouts from the in-person hearings at
View the supplemental environmental assessment in print at:

Kenton County Public Library - Covington
502 Scott St.
Covington, KY 41011 
Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library - West End
805 Ezzard Charles Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45203
In addition to providing comments at the public hearings, the public may comment on the project using any of the methods listed below. KYTC, ODOT, and FHWA will consider and respond to all comments before issuing a final decision on the supplemental environmental assessment. All comments will be given equal weight in the project record regardless of the method through which they are received. Comments must be received no later than March 8, 2024, to be considered in the decision-making process.

Phone: 1-800-831-2142
ODOT District 8 Office
Attn: Keith Smith
505 South State Route 741
Lebanon, OH 45036-9518
Stretching from the Western Hills Viaduct in Ohio to Dixie Highway in Kentucky, the $3.6 billion project will be built without tolls and transform an eight-mile portion of the I-71/75 interstate corridor, including a companion bridge immediately to the west of the existing bridge. More information about the project is available at A video outlining last year’s progress can be viewed here.
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