Transportation & Engineering
Safe, Efficient & Progressive Transportation
Department of Transportation and Engineering: To provide a safe and balanced transportation system that supports neighborhood livability and economic vitality. Read More
Director Of Transportation & Engineering
Michael Moore is the Director of Transportation and Engineering for the City of Cincinnati and has served the City since 1994. He previously worked in the capacity of City Architect, where he managed several projects including the The Banks Street Grid, the Cincinnati Streetcar Feasibility Study, the City's Gateway Program, the East Walnut Hills Streetscape, and the Hyde Park Square Streetscape. Prior to his work with the City of Cincinnati, he worked on several award-winning projects in private practice in Cincinnati and North Carolina. Read More
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Department of Transportation & Engineering
Michael Moore, Director
801 Plum St. Rm 450
Cincinnati, OH 45202-1979
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- Main Street: Temporary Sidewalk Closures
A 200-foot stretch of both the east and west sidewalks on Main Street between Fifth and Sixth streets will be closed Sept. 2-18, 2014.
- Downtown Construction Booming: September Especially Busy
The first half of September is going to be especially busy for several high-profile construction projects in the Central Business District and on the riverfront.
- Kellogg Avenue/River Road Rehabilitation
The Department of Transportation and Engineering is conducting street rehabilitation work on Kellogg Avenue in California and River Road in Sayler Park.
- West Fork Landslide Work
West Fork Road will be narrowed just west of Montana Avenue as engineers work to address an adjacent landslide.
- Woolper Ave. Reconstruction
The Department of Transportation and Engineering will reconstruct Woolper Avenue from Clifton Avenue to Vine Street, with traffic signal upgrades at the Vine Street and Clifton Avenue/McAlpin Avenue intersections.