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Eastern Corridor






 Project Overview

Comprised of a comprehensive series of projects, the Eastern Corridor Program in the Greater Cincinnati area in Hamilton and Clermont counties is a regional effort to integrate roadway network improvements and address critical congestion issues, making travel between and among the eastern communities and the region’s core easier and safer. The program’s solutions will also provide valuable opportunities for community enhancement, economic development and sustainable regional growth. The Eastern Corridor Program is administered by ODOT in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Eastern Corridor Implementation Partners: Hamilton County Transportation Improvement District (HCTID), Clermont County Transportation Improvement District (CCTID), City of Cincinnati, Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) and the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA).

 Projects Under Construction

  • Widening Old SR 74 to five lanes from Glen Este Withamsville Road to Tealtown Road and three lanes from Tealtown Road to Schoolhouse Road, as well as signal upgrades and the installation of a new signal at Schoolhouse Road.
    • Schedule: June 2019 - June 2020
    • Estimated Cost: $13 million
    • PID: 82557
  • Extending Clepper Lane east to Bach Buxton Road.     
    • Schedule: June 2019 - June 2021
    • Estimated Cost: $8.3 million
    • PID: 82552

 Additional Information

For more information regarding the entire program, including segment information, maps, program benefits and studies, visit the Eastern Corridor web site.

 Recently Completed Projects

  • Widening SR 32 by adding a third lane in the eastbound direction.
    • Schedule: Completed September 2019
    • Estimated Cost: $7 million
    • PID: 103755

 Projects in Development

  • Other planned improvements in Segment IV include a partial interchange at Glen Este-Withamsville Road; new interchange at Bach-Buxton Road and SR 32; new overpass at Old SR 74; and a third lane on westbound SR 32.


  • Although these projects are in some phase of design, not all have been fully funded for construction, and the schedule to construct has not been wholly determined or outlined.