I-275 Steel Bridge Painting Project in Kenton County, totaling 18 structures - $15.5 million.
I-275 median cable barriers in Boone County, totaling 12.1 miles - $1.3 million.
I-275 WB concrete pavement repair project in Boone County. Sections of pavement were replaced between the Kenton County line/Turfway Road underpass and the airport interchange (Exit 4) - $2.9 million.
I-75 Asphalt Resurfacing in Boone and Kenton Counties between the 166 - 183 mile-markers - $6.2 million.
I-275 concrete pavement repair project from US 25 to KY 9 in Kenton County that included the I-275 EB Exit ramp to KY 9 in Wilder to be widened and installing median cable barriers - $15 million.
I-71 NB and SB repair and resurfacing project from the I-71/I-75 interchange to the vicinity of Sparta Exit 57 - $ 35.9 million
I-75 NB and SB concrete pavement and joint repair work on several bridges from Dixie Highway to the Brent Spence Bridge - $14.2 million
I-71 Median Barrier Cable in Gallatin County (MP 61 to MP 64) - $291,263
I-75 NB Asphalt Resurfacing in Boone County (MP 175 to MP 183) - $3 million
There are several ways to get updated “Revive the Drive – NKY” interstate rehabilitation information:
KYTC District 6 project info will be available on http://transportation.ky.gov/revive-the-drive/.
“Like” us on the KYTC District 6 Facebook page and get project information at https://www.facebook.com/KYTC.District6.
Go to 511.ky.gov website. You can check this site before you leave to see how the “Revive the Drive – NKY” interstate projects affect your commute. That way you will know before you go and can plan accordingly.
Times and locations of construction activity will vary. Disruption of traffic flow is unavoidable. There are no "off hours" when it comes to road construction.
Most work will take place on nights and weekends to avoid peak traffic hours, but there will still be lane closures.
To avoid interstate construction, motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes. Motorists who must travel the interstates should be prepared for long delays.
Local commuters should consider carpooling or public transit. Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) will use its network of park-and-ride lots throughout Northern Kentucky to provide bus service to downtown Cincinnati. One full bus takes 40 cars off the road - a major help during construction periods. To find out more about TANK services go to www.tankbus.org