The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) and the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) will conduct two open house events this month to update the public on the $3.6 billion Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project.
One meeting will be held in Kentucky and one in Ohio to allow the public to browse exhibits, review project information, provide comments, and talk one-on-one with the project team members.
The graphic below provides a list of past and upcoming project milestones. The design-build team of Walsh Kokosing was announced July 27 by Governors Mike DeWine and Andy Beshear. Upcoming activities after the open house events include public hearings, which will occur later this year or early next, with the finalization of the supplemental environmental assessment expected in February. Construction will begin in 2024.
There is no formal presentation and preregistration is not required for the open house events. Attendees may arrive at their convenience during each three-hour event. All open house exhibits and materials are available on the project website here.