Western Hills Viaduct Public Meetings

Western Hills Viaduct Public Meetings

Thursday, September 19, 4-5:30pm and 6-7:30pm

The Western Hills Viaduct is being studied for a major upgrade that could include bicycle facilities. Your input is important to the planning, design and construction of this essential transportation connector.

At this meeting project staff will review the status of the planning efforts performed to date and explain the next steps that will be taken in the planning and design process.

The presentation will have structured and open questions.  During the Interactive Session, electronic keypads will be supplied for you to provide input on project issues and to answer questions about what is important to you.  Please come and participate!

The meetings will be held at City Hall, 801 Plum Street, Room 115, CIncinnati, Ohio 45202.

Please visit the project website: http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/westernhillsviaduct

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