Public Meeting - October 26, 2021
KYTC hosted a public meeting on Tuesday, October 26, 2021 to share roadway improvements currently being planned along Turkeyfoot Road with the community for review and input. Information and materials shared at the meeting are posted on the Public Input page to allow for further public review.
Working Group Meetings - October 2020, February 2021
KYTC and the project team has hosted Working Group sessions in October 2020 and February 2021. The purpose of the Working Group meetings is to discuss project opportunities and challenges in detail with community representatives and gain area-specific feedback to help inform project planning and design. Working Group members were identified by local communities and are tasked with representing their community and/or organization’s perspectives and sharing information from the meetings with their neighbors and colleagues. Recommendations stemming these meetings will be shared with the public for review and input before any final decisions are made. More information about the Working Groups is posted on our Public Input page.
December 3, 2019 Open House
KYTC hosted a public Open House on Dec. 3 to share information about the project and the planning process with the community, answer questions and gather public input. Copies of materials shared at the meeting are posted on the Public Input page.
Public Input Survey
A public input survey was open from Nov. 12 to Dec. 19, 2019. The project team received nearly 4,000 responses and comments from the community. A comprehensive report of the survey finding was completed in early 2020 and has been used to help inform improvement options for Turkeyfoot Road.
Looking for Ways to Improve Traffic Congestion in Crestview Hills | Dec. 3, 2019
Trying to ease the congestion and eliminate the accidents on Turkeyfoot Road in Crestview Hills.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is hosting an open house tonight to discuss the project. More than 40 thousand vehicles travel Turkeyfoot near 275 every day causing long delays. Among the ideas being discussed to improve Turkeyfoot: reconfiguring intersections and adding or extending turn lanes.
PROJECT RELEASE: KYTC advances to the next phase of planning for Turkeyfoot Road improvements | Nov. 12, 2019
Planning improvements for Turkeyfoot Road – between Dudley Road and Dixie Highway – is high on the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s (KYTC) list of projects now underway in Northern Kentucky. The Cabinet is looking to address growing congestion, travel delays and safety issues frequently experienced along this busy stretch of road, which includes access to and from I-275. A public open house will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2019 at Thomas More University, Steigerwald Hall, to share project information with the local community and collect public input.
E-NEWSLETTER: KYTC Advances Planning for Turkeyfoot Road Improvements | Nov. 12, 2019
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is advancing to the next phase of planning for improvements to Turkeyfoot Road, between Dudley Road and Dixie Highway.
Kenton County – Turkeyfoot Road (KY 1303) Planning Study Final Report (KYTC, May 2019)
Completed in September 2018, this study examined the existing conditions and transportation challenges of Turkeyfoot Road, between Dudley Road and I-275. The study also outlines improvement recommendations based on the results of technical studies conducted, environmental surveys, and coordination with local officials and stakeholders.
NKYmapLAB story map, Crestview Hills Traffic Congestion (Planning and Development Services of Kenton County, Oct. 2016)
This Story Map highlights the current conditions surrounding the Turkeyfoot Road (KY 1303) - Town Center Boulevard - Thomas More Parkway intersection.
Turkeyfoot Road (KY 1303) Corridor Traffic Operations Analysis (OKI, Sept. 2005)
This report documents the results of a traffic operations analysis conducted by the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) on the section of Turkeyfoot Road (KY 1303) in Kenton County, Kentucky between Dixie Highway (US 25/42/127) and Dudley Pike. This study was conducted at the request of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.