Public input plays an important role in the project development process, specifically providing feedback that helps inform decision-making throughout all phases of development.
Our 2019 public survey about the issues and problems experienced when traveling through the I-71/75 and I-275 interchange area received tremendous response. Nearly 1,900 people completed the survey and providing feedback. Scroll down to the bottom of this page to view a summary report of the survey results.
Since then, our team has reviewed the survey responses and all comments received, along with the data and results of technical and field studies. This information has been used to develop improvement concepts for the interchange.
IN-PERSON PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE - OCTOBER 25, 2023
KYTC held an In-Person Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 25, to give the public another opportunity to explore recommended improvements for the I-71/75 and I-275 interchange and surrounding areas. Anyone unable to attend the meeting was invited to review the information by visiting the Virtual Public Open House (see below), which was reopened to support the in-person input opportunity. Links to materials shared at the in-person Open House are provided below.
VIRTUAL PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE - JANUARY 10, 2023 - FEBRUARY 10, 2023
Between January 10, 2023 and February 10, 2023, the public was invited to visit a virtual Open House which highlighted proposed improvements for the I-71/75 and I-275 interchange and interchanges in the near vicinity. Questions embedded throughout the Open House discussion allowed participants to provide feedback regarding the proposed recommendations. Links to meeting materials are provided below.
Virtual Public Open House Site (includes all meeting materials)
PUBLIC INPUT SURVEY RESULTS - 2019
In 2019, KYTC conducted an online survey to gather input from the traveling public regarding their experiences when traveling through the interchange area and the challenges they encounter. Nearly 1,900 individuals completed the survey and together, provided 24,000 responses and submitted 3,800 comments. A link to the Input Summary Report is provided below.