Cincy Easter Bypass Plan to Get Deeper Review
Backers of a proposed bypass highway through eastern parts of the region into Northern Kentucky are launching a study to determine the economic impact of the multibillion-dollar vision.
Citizens for the Cincy Eastern Bypass say they’re commissioning a study with the University of Cincinnati’s Economics Center as part of their newly launched campaign to win support for the proposed 68-mile highway.
As proposed, the bypass would run from Interstate 75 in Franklin through Warren and Clermont counties. In New Richmond, Oh., a proposed bridge would extend the bypass into Northern Kentucky’s Campbell and Kenton counties where it would reconnect to I-71/75 near Walton, Ky.