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Thank you for your input!

Thank you for your input!

At the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC), it’s our job to make sure our infrastructure meets the needs of our community, as well as the many companies located here. From planning to construction, every project we do is about improving safety, supporting job creation and providing better access for those who travel through our area.

In Northern Kentucky, addressing the needs of the I-75/I-275 interchange is one of our highest priorities. This interchange connects two interstate highways (I-71 and I-75) with I-275, which forms a bypass around the Greater Cincinnati region. Currently, the interchange carries more than twice the amount of vehicles per day than it was originally designed to manage. These traffic volumes are expected to continue increasing as Northern Kentucky continues to grow.  

Earlier this year, we launched a study to identify improvements that will reduce congestion and delays within the vicinity of the I-75/I-275 interchange and make overall travel easier and safer.

We are at the beginning stages of this process and would like your help. We want to know more about your experience when traveling through and around the interchange. Do you experience travel delays? If so, when? Are there other issues that you experience when driving through the area?

Please use the following survey to give us your input. It’s short, and should only take about five minutes to complete. We’ll use the feedback you give us to guide our next steps in the study and planning process.

Thank you for taking the time to participate in this very important process. You can stay up to date on our progress by visiting www.75275interchange.org.

How often do you travel through the I-75/I-275 interchange? (Check one)
Several times a day
Several times a week
Several times a month
Less than several times a month
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In general, why do you use the I-75/I-275 interchange? (Check the options that best apply)
For work-related travel
For family-related travel
For personal travel (shopping, entertainment, etc.)
Other – please specify below
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Which statement(s) best describes how you most often use the interchange? (Check the options that best apply)
I typically travel straight through the interchange on I-75; I usually don’t take any exits
I typically use I-75 to get to I-275
I use the interchange to get from I-75 to nearby local exits (Buttermilk Pk, Erlanger, Turfway Rd, Mineola Pk, Dixie Hwy, Turkeyfoot Rd)
I typically travel straight through the interchange on I-275; I usually don’t take any exits
I typically use I-275 to get to I-75
I use the interchange to get from I-275 to nearby local exits (Buttermilk Pk, Erlanger, Turfway Rd, Mineola Pk, Dixie Hwy, Turkeyfoot Rd)
Other – please specify below
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How often do you use the following exits in the I-71/I-75 and 275 interchange area?
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What type of vehicle do you typically drive through the interchange? (Check one)
Personal car, SUV or truck
Business-related car, SUV or truck
Motorcycle
Semi-truck
Other – please specify below
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What time of day do you most often travel through the interchange? (Check the options that best apply)
Between 5 am – 7 am
Between noon – 5 pm
Between 7 am – 9 am
Between 5 pm – 7 pm
Between 9 am – noon
Between 7 pm – 12 am
Between 12 am – 5 am
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Please place pins within the highlighted study area on the map to indicate the locations of any specific problems you encounter when moving through the interchange.

You can zoom in and out of the map by clicking on the “+” and “-“ symbols. In the pop-up box that appears after you place a pin, please identify the problems you encounter at those areas.

What zip code do you live in?
What zip code do you work in?
How old are you?
16 – 24
25 – 34
35 – 44
45 – 64
65 or older
Closed to responses
Please use this space to share any additional comments you have regarding the I-75/I-275 interchange.
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If you would like to receive email updates about the progress of this study, enter your email address below.

Your input is important. Thank you for participating!

For more information about the I-75/I-275 Interchange Scoping Study, visit

www.75275Interchange.org

 

If you have questions about this survey, send an email to [email protected]