SR 32/Eight Mile Road Intersection Improvements

Bike & Pedestrian Improvements in the Beechmont Levee Area
View studies at Red Bank to I-275/SR 32 Project Documents. Construction will soon be under way for both projects.
Bicycle & Pedestrian Improvements in the Beechmont Levee Area
PID 113602/115291

ODOT has coordinated with Anderson Township and the City of Cincinnati to make it easier and safer for bicyclists and pedestrians to travel between the regional shared-use trail system and neighborhoods on the east side of the Beechmont Levee (Beechmont Avenue/SR 125). 

The project's Feasibility Study documents the alternatives evaluated, engineering and environmental studies completed, public input received and recommended next steps. Responses to questions and comments received are included in Attachment F, Virtual Public Open House Summary Report, Appendix B.

The project will be completed in the following phases:

Phase 1 (Construction to begin in Spring 2023)
Construct bicycle and pedestrian improvements on Elstun Road, from Beechmont Avenue/SR 125 to Spindlehill Drive

Phase 2 (Construction to begin in Spring 2024)
Connect Elstun Road and Spindlehill Drive to the Little Miami Scenic Trail

Future Phase
Funding for proposed improvements from Elstun Road to Ranchvale Drive has not yet been identified.

More information about this project can be found on the Red Bank to I-275/SR 32 Status page of the Eastern Corridor website.
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Project Contact:

Stephanie Otten, P.E.
ODOT District 8
505 South State Route 741
Lebanon, OH 45036 
(513) 933-6584

The improvements being planned at SR 32 and Eight Mile Road and near the Beechmont Levee are Eastern Corridor projects. The Eastern Corridor Program is a series of integrated 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. Eastern Corridor projects are also designed to support local goals for community enhancement, economic development, and sustainable regional growth.

For more information, visit www.EasternCorridor.org.

Public participation in these projects has been solicited without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability.