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OKI Poll:
Where in Boone County is your biggest transportation issue? Draw on the map and/or leave a comment.
Can we stop adding more subdivisions and start adding roads and better mass transit.
Reply Flag 51 Agree3 months ago
237 North of Hebron has no alternative routes and serves traffic for business, industrial and residential making it very busy and problematic.
Reply Flag 35 Agree3 months ago
Anywhere in Hebron is a NIGHTMARE to drive! 237 should be 4 lanes from Thornwilde to Tanner. An interchange/ramp off of Graves needs to be added. There is no need for "studies", its years past due! With all the large business and semi's, did anyone in the planning ever think that a cloverleaf design would be a better option for 237/275? I appreciate the widening of the turns at Worldwide for Semi trucks, but traffic is so backed up, double turn lanes are needed on Worldwide. I'm with several others. No one wants more houses in Hebron until these issues are listened to.
Reply Flag 25 Agree3 months ago
There should be no turning left into US Bank at the corner of Weaver Road and US 42. Causes problems on a daily basis.
Reply Flag 24 Agree2 months ago
Amazon is the biggest traffic issue. Graves Rd desperately needs an entrance/exit to 275. Secondarily, 237 southbound should be 2 lanes coming out of the roundabout by Remke, rather than at the light.
Reply Flag 18 Agree3 months ago
Patricia FoltzIntersection at Camp Ernst and Pleasant Valley.
Reply Flag 17 Agree2 months ago
237 north of 275 is bad and getting worse. There is only one way out of the area. The situation would be greatly improved by a Graves Road interchange.
Reply Flag 17 Agree2 months ago
Something has got to be done with US 42 at Weaver & Hopeful Church Road. It doesn't matter what time of day you travel it is a bottleneck.
Reply Flag 17 Agree2 months ago
US42 is real thick from I-75 all the way to Gunpowder during both AM and PM rush hours
Reply Flag 17 Agree3 months ago
lack of mass transit other than TANK. We need to begin the process of developing light rain. Even if it is just in Boone county with the foresight to have it connect to a regional light rail in the future
Reply Flag 17 Agree3 months ago
I like the roundabouts used in North Hebron. The backups in them are not due to the round abouts but rather the traffic lights after them. Please use more round abouts rather than protected left turns, they are safer and more efficient. Also, for some major left turn areas on some of the multiple lane intersections, perhaps consider a jug handle design
Reply Flag 16 Agree3 months ago
Hopeful Church / Weaver / US 42 intersection
Reply Flag 16 Agree3 months ago
237 through Hebron is overloaded and getting worse as more and more homes and warehouses are added. Need an exit at Graves to alleviate the traffic and provide an alternate access point to 275.
Reply Flag 14 Agree3 months ago
Ruth KusiakWe need a ramp from Graves Rd. To 275. So Amazon warehouses can take that way home instead of coming down 18. When Amazon let's out, traffic is awful.
Reply Flag 13 Agree2 months ago
237 North of 275 is majorly congested on a daily basis but during the holidays when amazon is in full swing it is a complete nightmare, taking my family upwards of 30 minutes just to reach 275 from our home. There is no good alternate route for the residential traffic. This small section of road services residential, business, industrial and all the added workers 24x7 that come with these types of businesses, and all three are growing rapidly.
Reply Flag 13 Agree3 months ago
US 42 between Pleasant Valley and Hopeful Church
Reply Flag 13 Agree3 months ago
US 42 between Wetherington and Weaver Rd. is always backed up. Not uncommon to take 20-30 minutes to go between these two points, then it opens up again. Not sure what the issue is but there should be no left turns into the Omega Mall from East Bound and no left turns into US Bank or the other businesses going West Bound. It makes navigation worse and creates hazardous conditions.
Reply Flag 12 Agree3 months ago
US 42 past Mall Road and heading toward Union
Reply Flag 11 Agree3 months ago
Terry D. ChaffinThe intersection of Petersburg Rd/Watts Rd/Graves Rd in Hebron is a fatality waiting to happen.
Reply Flag 10 Agree2 months ago
Ronald SmithSaw a tractor trailer attempt a right turn onto Graves rd from Petersburg rd last week
Reply Flag 3 Agree2 months ago
Sufficient roads and infrastructure need to be in place before any more subdivisions are approved. Boone County will loose its appeal to potential home buyers if people realize how much time will be lost to sitting in traffic every day. There are great schools, parks and libraries in Boone County that entice people to move here but traffic congestion is a huge detriment. Low taxes have always been attractive to potential home buyers but honestly, taxes need to be raised. Raising taxes is NEVER popular, but it needs to be done if the county is to maintain the high quality of living we have all come to expect.
Reply Flag 10 Agree2 months ago
Hopeful Church is always a nightmare going to 42.

4 way in Burlington is awful nearly every time of the day

Would like to see walkways extend down 18 for people in the subdivisions to be able to walk to downtown safely, like Burlington Meadows, Morgan's crossing, etc.

Would like to walk my kids to school at IHM since I live a few streets away from downtown but there's no sidewalk to safely walk.
Reply Flag 10 Agree3 months ago
North Hebron is a mess! Approving more residential units when the infrastructure cannot support the current needs is a mistake. New builds are not necessary as the real estate market is still rebounding. A good mix of homes are available in the area - both for purchase and rental. Roundabouts are definitely better than lights but their circumference is too small. Minimal distance between the on/off points reduces the flow of traffic. Incorporate more roundabouts but make them larger. Graves 275 ramp is needed but 237 traffic needs to be addressed.
Reply Flag 9 Agree2 months ago
Anywhere in Hebron is a NIGHTMARE to drive! 237 should be 4 lanes from Thornwilde to Tanner. An interchange/ramp off of Graves needs to be added. There is no need for "studies", its years past due! With all the large business and semi's, did anyone in the planning ever think that a cloverleaf design would be a better option for 237/275? I appreciate the widening of the turns at Worldwide for Semi trucks, but traffic is so backed up, double turn lanes are needed on Worldwide. I'm with several others. No one wants more houses in Hebron until these issues are listened to by our government and planning. Our government is just seeing tax dollars and not what is needed/wanted.
Reply Flag 9 Agree3 months ago
North 237 from 275 ramps to Thornwilde/Treetop cannot support the traffic flow. The single lanes and small roundabouts do not allow for a good flow. 1000's of more units are approved and scheduled for development North of the 2nd roundabout too. At peak Amazon times, it takes 20-30 minutes to travel 2 miles.
Reply Flag 9 Agree3 months ago
Hebron(237) 275 interchange is horribly designed and can no longer accommodate the amount of homes built in the area. Also Litton Lane is extremely dangerous as multiple people have been hit and killed on the road. Traffic on Litton is a mess with semi-trucks backing up and no way to get around them. It's only going to get worse with 2 more huge warehouses being constructed. There needs to be staging area for the semis to pull into. Exit at Graves would be a huge help for the Hebron traffic problems.
Reply Flag 9 Agree3 months ago
Camp Ernst and Pleasant Valley
Reply Flag 8 Agree2 months ago
US 42 from Wetherington to Mall Rd is awful. Trying to turn onto Hopeful Church is extremely difficult. I know that interchange is slated to be redesigned but it can't happen fast enough for me.
Reply Flag 8 Agree2 months ago
Sidewalks and bikepaths between schools, businesses and neighborhoods are critical to out sense of community and the safety of all our citizens.
Reply Flag 8 Agree2 months ago
237 Francisville to the interstate. The roundabouts do not work and going to a 2 lane road with nowhere to get off in case of an emergency or an accident is impossible The middle barrier that separates the two lanes needs to be removed. As this does not offer any way around a broken down car God for bid an ambulance is stuck in behind a broken down car and someone dies because Boone country has a poor traffic design. Another issue is getting to the interstate It should not take 30 minutes to go from Thornwild drive to the interstate.
Reply Flag 8 Agree3 months ago
Hebron...237
Reply Flag 8 Agree3 months ago
Please start requiring developers to phase projects until a well thought out plan is in action to deal with the current traffic needs. 237N in Hebron has been re-done 3 times and it still does not function well. The round a bouts are too small. Not enough space between roads to allow for easy flow. Quit approving commercial and apartments in suburban residential areas. There is enough vacant spaces for commercial needs and apartments need to be placed near public transportation and walkable areas. Stop approving more residential developments when we are still in a buyers market and infrastructure is not in place. Make sure the growth is needed.
Reply Flag 7 Agreeone month ago
North bend road between 275 and Graves road is a disaster. The interchange at Graves road and 275 is desperately needed. Should have been done years ago.
Reply Flag 7 Agree2 months ago
Would like to see construction begun and quickly completed on the Graves Road interchange on 275 to alleviate so much traffic on 237 from warehouses.
Reply Flag 7 Agree2 months ago
We need an additional exit off of the interstate. The solution today was for the southbound 237 light at remke to only be green for 4 cars at a time. Needless to say, at 7:00; it was backed up past graves roads. The problem is the enormous amount of traffic that amazon brings. We must add another exit ramp to graves from 275
Reply Flag 7 Agree2 months ago
When are they going to put in on and off ramps on graves road near all those warehouses?
Reply Flag 7 Agree2 months ago
Marty WellsKy 18 from Mall Rd to 237 interchange, it is bumper to bumper from morning to night!
Reply Flag 7 Agree2 months ago
Tami MartinBluestem and camp Ernst. We have accidents there all the time from ppl flying around the curve hitting ppl that are pulling out of Bluestem.
Reply Flag 7 Agree2 months ago
It would be nice to see more side walks and bike trails along most of these roads coming from Hebron and Burlington going to Florence and the other surrounding towns.
Reply Flag 7 Agree2 months ago
Anywhere in Hebron is a NIGHTMARE to drive! 237 should be 4 lanes from Thornwilde to Tanner. An interchange/ramp off of Graves needs to be added. There is no need for "studies", its years past due! With all the large business and semi's, did anyone in the planning ever think that a cloverleaf design would be a better option for 237/275? I appreciate the widening of the turns at Worldwide for Semi trucks, but traffic is so backed up, double turn lanes are needed on Worldwide. I'm with several others. No one wants more houses in Hebron until these issues are listened to by our government and planning. Our government is just seeing tax dollars and not what is needed/wanted. I invite you to sdrive on 237 between 4-6pm, especially between Halloween and Christmas and see what everyone is saying. If I knew it was going to be this bad, I never would have bought a house in Hebron!
Reply Flag 7 Agree3 months ago
237/275 interchange. Way too many homes. Also Litton Lane in Hebron. Traffic is horrible and it's going to get worse with more warehouses being built. It's also clogged up with semis- it needs a staging area for semi trucks
Reply Flag 7 Agree3 months ago
237 near the 275 interchange. Too much mixed use traffic. The road has been resurfaced what 2 different times in the last 5 or 6 yrs and needs it again.
Reply Flag 7 Agree3 months ago
More sidewalks. I know everything in Boone Co. is very spread-out, and most people will never walk because of that. But, I live - literally - within 10 minutes walking distance of my job, and for most of that distance I have to walk in the street. More connected bike lanes would be good too. Or, at the very least, decent shoulders. Thank you.
Reply Flag 7 Agree3 months ago
Route 20 is too narrow for the current number of subdivisions and the amount of traffic that comes with it. There is a new subdivision being planned on Route 20 which will only exacerbate the issue.
Reply Flag 7 Agree3 months ago
Rush hour traffic around roundabouts to reach expressway is terrible during school year and especially before Christmas.
Reply Flag 7 Agree3 months ago
North Hebron/Francisville is so congested, especially so during shift changes at the warehouses. Something major needs to be done, especially since more housing is being built & a new Library planned. In addition to all the warehouses and housing being built, it would be wonderful to be putting thought into some new food establishments (besides subs/pizza/fast food) and a nice playground and park while establishing better traffic flow.
Reply Flag 6 Agree2 months ago
Hebron on North Bend near Amazon. Sometimes you can't get in or out. A new exit directly to the Indistrial area that bypasses Hebron is a necessity.
Reply Flag 6 Agree2 months ago
North of 275 in Hebron. Traffic is awful in the morning (backing up past the second round-about) and evening, and the newly-added second left-turn lane at Worldwide Boulevard does nothing but make it difficult to merge onto 237 North from 275 West.
Reply Flag 6 Agree2 months ago
There needs to be an exit added to 275 after the Hebron exit heading west and before Hebron exit on 275 east bound. A back way needs to be created for Amazon and other business traffic.
Reply Flag 6 Agree2 months ago
Us42 and weaver
Reply Flag 6 Agree2 months ago
Add sidewalks along this route. Every day, several groups of women (assuming coming from Brighton Center) walk along the should of this road. With the current speed limit at 55 and some blind spots, it's a hazardous area to walk.
Reply Flag 6 Agree3 months ago
237 in Francisvile heading south to 275 is a nightmare. The southern facing light at Worldwide Blvd. is not long enough to ease the congestion. Too much time is given to turning left onto Worldwide Blvd when heading north while the congestion heading south on 237 is several miles long in the morning. Get the new exit made at 275 and Graves Rd. made and make the southern light longer.
Reply Flag 5 Agreeone month ago
On 237 by Amazon. There should be some other way for the business traffic to be separated from the residential traffic. I think having a separate exit/road for the industrial area would be an immense help to those of us that live in the neighborhoods near amazon.
Reply Flag 5 Agreeone month ago
Traffic on 237 in Hebron is relentless and unforgiving.
Too much warehousing and no infrastructure to handle ever increasing semi traffic and residential traffic.
Reply Flag 5 Agreeone month ago
US 42 from Mall Road to Union. None of the lights are synchronized. Also, a moratorium on any new development and construction would be wise for the county. There is too much growth and not adequate infrastructure and schools. A moratorium on new construction and development would also perhaps encourage redevelopment of existing neighborhoods.
Reply Flag 5 Agreeone month ago
Traffic in and out of North Hebron, after 275 is horrible, especially during the rush hours. When the industrial park gets busy for Christmas the Hebron residents will have to stay home! The fact that many more homes are already approved when the road is already inadequate is sad. The road was recently re-done, straightened, but still, one lane in and one lane out of Hebron.
Reply Flag 5 Agreeone month ago
237 North of 275 is majorly congested on a daily basis but during the holidays when amazon is in full swing it is a complete nightmare. We just stay home instead of going out to eat at local business during the holidays !
Reply Flag 5 Agreeone month ago
The delays in both directions at Camp Ernst/Pleasant Valley are intolerable. When the Brookstone development opens, residents of Summerset Farms won't be able to turn left at all!
Reply Flag 5 Agree2 months ago
Hopeful Church Rd is a nightmare especially when trying to turn off Surfwood. This will be even worse when the new development is completed on HopefuChurch Rd. Bad idea putting that one on!l
Reply Flag 5 Agree2 months ago
Around Florence, like Hopeful Church Road, Mall Road, 42, 18, etc.
Reply Flag 5 Agree2 months ago
Hebron trying to get to 275 East
Reply Flag 5 Agree2 months ago
We need to plan and accommodate for the workers, homes and related companies Amazon Prime Air Hub is going to bring. Need an alternate route in Hebron for current trucking patterns and future. Graves Road interchange is essential. Need to address trucking from new air hub. Access to 71/75 South at I-275 is not adequate, much less one lane heading South and interfacing with Erlanger exit/on ramp. There are thousands of homes coming in the very near future to the Union area and West down US 42 past Ryle. Need a North/West corridor West of Pleasant Valley Road; likely utilizing Camp Ernst.
Reply Flag 5 Agree2 months ago
Petersburg Rd between Graves and 237 needs to be widened due to an upcoming increase in housing or could at least use a bike lane because it's frequently used by bikes and is very narrow and dangerous for everyone. A bike lane would also give pedestrians more room to walk because kids are often walking from the neighborhoods up to 237.
Reply Flag 5 Agree3 months ago
Left turning lane onto Hopeful from 42 is too short
Reply Flag 4 Agreeone month ago
Pleasant Valley & Camp Ernst intersection already bad. Will be worse when new subdivision on Camp Ernst opens up. Should be 4 lanes from Rogers Rd on down Camp Ernst to Longbranch Rd. All of Pleasant Valley should also be 4 lanes.
Reply Flag 4 Agreeone month ago
237 in Hebron in between speedway and Kroger's desperately needs repaving
Reply Flag 4 Agreeone month ago
U.S.25 and Mt Zion is a mess. Why is Mt Zion being widened into a residential area (West) instead of the industrial area(East) which is congested all the time. Not just when church lets out.
Reply Flag 4 Agree2 months ago
The intersection of Petersburg Rd/Watts Rd/Graves Rd in Hebron is a fatality waiting to happen.
Reply Flag 4 Agree2 months ago
North Hebron is a mess! Approving more residential units when the infrastructure cannot support the current needs is a mistake. New builds are not necessary as the real estate market is still rebounding. A good mix of homes are available in the area - both for purchase and rental. Roundabouts are definitely better than lights or stop signs but their circumference is too small. Minimal distance between the on/off points reduces the flow of traffic. Incorporate more roundabouts but make them larger. Graves 275 ramp is needed but 237 traffic needs to be addressed.
Reply Flag 4 Agree2 months ago
Limaburg road is increasingly crowded. There have been accidents with large trucks involved. The bicycle and pedestrian foot traffic is in danger; there need to be bike lanes and sidewalks.
Reply Flag 4 Agree2 months ago
1. Full diamond interchange at 275/Graves has to be the top priority for the county. Graves will need to be widened between Worldwide Blvd. and the ramps. Continue to prohibit truck traffic on Graves north of Worldwide Blvd. Amazon needs to be a more active/visible partner in preserving the quality of life in northern Boone County. Their presence, while great for the county is becoming a nuisance.
2. Roundabouts have worked wonderfully in Francisville. Kudos!

Reply Flag 3 Agreeone month ago
Frogtown Road is EXACTLY the same road that it has been for the last 40 years despite residential development. Can't the developers widen and improve roads in the area of each development? Where is the planning and zonning sense in adding volume but not capacity?
Reply Flag 3 Agreeone month ago
Please stop approving more new subdivisions in the 237 North/Francisville area. I understand the desire for new tax dollars is appealing, but the area can no longer sustain any more new growth until the road issues are addressed and completed. The warehouse and new home construction in this area is a traffic nightmare! You are literally a prisoner in your own home, especially from October to February when the Amazon warehouses are at full capacity. Backroads use to be an option, Graves Road to Petersburg Road, those are now backed up as well. In May, It took me 32 minutes to get from the Thornwilde subdivision to 275! So obviously, it is no longer just the Amazon traffic that is the problem. There is a new library that is going in on 237 North by the warehouses , a new subdivision, and Drees wants to add over 160 + apartments and a daycare center on this road! I would please ask that you travel this area everyday from 6:45-8:00 AM to see what we have to do to get to work and our children to school on time. Don't forget, there are two elementary schools off this road, one on 237 and one in the Thornwilde subdivision.
Very bad combination.
Reply Flag 3 Agreeone month ago
intersection at pleasant valley & camp ernst - some days it's 15 minutes just to turn at this intersection. a stoplight with turn lanes or turn this into a roundabout (2 lanes, not 1) would be preferred.
Reply Flag 3 Agree2 months ago
I'd like to see road improvement put in before warehouse, subdivisions, shopping centers go in. On US 25 headed south past Richwood, you have many new warehouses in and more being built, but nothing has been dome to help traffic. Same with Mt Zion, Fed Ex has come in, increasing semi truck traffic and employee traffic, but nothing to help with easing congestion. Forethought!
Reply Flag 3 Agree2 months ago
US 42 going from Union up to Florence on Hopeful Road
Reply Flag 3 Agree2 months ago
at the Richwood exit keep all semi traffic on the east side of the interchange and make the truck stop on the west side for cars only. there are already two truck stations on the east side. That would improve traffic for Triple Crown and Steeplechase residents, plus all other traffic heading east on Richwood road substantially. semis are always blocking that intersection.
Reply Flag 3 Agree2 months ago
Robert Justin Reynoldsmore bus stop in burlington because burlington dont have bus stops or side walks...place is a joke...
Reply Flag 3 Agree2 months ago
Years ago, the smart leaders of Boone Co widened Rt 42 from Florence to Union to allow the building of all the future homes in the area. Now our leaders only react to the issues with a growing economy instead of being ahead of the issues. The widening of roads should have been done years ago before there was all the major headaches in the area. But instead, we have really nice libraries which are obsolete facilities in the very near future.
Reply Flag 3 Agree2 months ago
Limaburg road's traffic is becoming heavier; there are no sidewalks nor bike lanes. Trucks have gone off the road. Pedestrians do not feel safe.
Reply Flag 3 Agree2 months ago
The Four way stop. It would benefit from being a roundabout. Buy the land from the church on the corner and keep the traffic flowing. Constantly backed up. No crashes, but wasted time. It would be nice if the streets in the historic downtown would be trimmed down to slow the traffic down in front of the court house. Amazes me how fast some people drive in the down town area. Lord, help the workers / pedestrians trying to cross 18 downtown. Put in shared use with bike lanes, slow it down with brick pavers to match the aesthetic scaping and put in roundabout.
Reply Flag 3 Agree3 months ago
Additionally we are adding a new library in Hebron which will be located right in the mess of traffic congestion. While we love a library not sure this is the right place when you look at the overall design and current traffic issues.
Reply Flag 2 Agreeone month ago
To the planners get out and drive the roads early, noon and evening drive time and see for yourself the complete grid lock👹
Reply Flag 2 Agreeone month ago
I am disabled. I would like to have bus route to Boone County Courthouses. They were there in the past but terminated approximately ,15 years ago. I would also like better cross walks that have cross lights that actually work. Sidewalk up grades would be a plus. Traveling is treacherous on some of Florence ,Erlanger, Burlington streets.
Reply Flag 2 Agreeone month ago
#1 75 -275 interchange. #2 ky-18 from Ewing to Houston are. #3 US-42 from Ewing Rd to past Union Ky. These area should have been addressed more than 10 years ago.
Reply Flag 2 Agreeone month ago
What is already on the table (widening 42 at Hopeful Church, widening Mt. Zion) are very necessary and years late. Continued widening of 237 from 42 all the way through to Hebron is also great. I would add more sidewalks in these neighborhoods to encourage folks to walk - the path from 42 to Mt. Zion along Wetherington is regularly used. Why not make more of these a requirement in every new neighborhood? Perhaps a small bus through neighborhoods to connect with our regional bus depot near the new OutBacks?
Reply Flag 2 Agreeone month ago
SHWidening 20 will knock out dozens of homes and displace many families that have been living in those homes for decades. Boone County is going to be one giant subdivision at the rate we're going.
Reply Flag 2 Agree2 months ago
It is very hard to cross the street while walking (Turfway & Houstin) Rds.
Reply Flag 2 Agree2 months ago
Pleasant valley and Camp Ernest intersection.
Reply Flag 2 Agree2 months ago
We need a light at the entrance to Stephens Elementary. Mornings and afternoons are dangerous with parents dropping off kids, teachers arriving, cars trying to make it in or out of the condos across 237, the traffic increase due to all the warehouses on 237, and the 55 mph speed limit. We are going to have more serious accidents here. I also think that we should encourage TANK to continue their route on 18 past Kroger to the courthouse, as a service to people going there.
Reply Flag 2 Agree2 months ago
Bob Raineymount zion rd and 25 needs a turn lane going south on 25 wait through 3 lights just to turn right crazy.
Reply Flag 2 Agree2 months ago
Bob Rainey25 at frogtown road needs turn lanesbacks up traffic bad at rush hour.
Reply Flag 2 Agree2 months ago
Dustin Cass- BushMt.zion, camp ernst and I think there needs to bike trails off of the roads
Reply Flag 2 Agree2 months ago
Route 18 from Ewing to Houston is a log jam. Aero Parkway and 18 is always backed up
Reply Flag 2 Agree2 months ago
Completion of connector between Aero and Wendell Ford will help traffic to DHL and CVG.
Reply Flag 2 Agree3 months ago
I think serving low income Boone Countians is vital. There are many more than most people realize, and most do not have access to any type of reliable transportation. - Sam Lapin, Burlington, KY
Reply Flag 2 Agree3 months ago
lack of mass transit other than TANK. We need to begin the process of developing light rain. Even if it is just in Boone county with the foresight to have it connect to a regional light rail in the future
Reply Flag 2 Agree3 months ago
I just recently moved from Petersburg to Burlington. Now I have to travel KY 18 everyday the backups that occur at starting at Aero Parkway through Limaburg Road up to Ky 237 need to be addressed. This is a very congested area all day long. Is there any plans to add a third lane to KY 18?
Reply Flag 2 Agree3 months ago
Improve public transit routes (add more) and expand roads serving large subdivisions. How can we constantly add new homes and expect all the residents to travel on one lane roads. KY 536 widening took years after they added many new houses. KY 237 needs to be widened all the way from US42 to KY18
Reply Flag 1 Agreeone month ago
Boone County needs to focus on moving people through means other than single occupancy cars. Attempting to address traffic issues only through road construction is outdated thinking already and will become truly wasteful in the very near future. Every effort should be made to provide means for safe pedestrian and bicycle access across the county and region.
Reply Flag 1 Agreeone month ago
Hebron is crazy with traffic which doesn't flow well. No place for all the truckers to go they are parked in lots, side roads, grocery lots, or shoulder, etc. They need a place of their own to go. The new turn lanes have helped some but still congested especially weekends and Holiday seasons. School has started to complicate the issue more. There is a new Fischer subdivision going in on Petersburg Rd., all the new additions in Thornwilde, and the new upscale homes approachable by Tanners Rd. and old Hwy 8 . It seems we are eager to keep adding without solutions actually in place to address the traffic issues. Planning is one thing but having the solutions in place is totally different. If we are waiting yrs for some of this to take place then what happens in between?
Reply Flag 1 Agreeone month ago
Neighborhood entrance has limited visibility. Blind spots and hills make exiting Gordon Blvd dangerous. More traffic now with Cooper and Long Branch schools.
Reply Flag 1 Agreeone month ago
237 between worldwide and the second roundabout need to be widened. When a traffic accident happens, even if cars pull all the way to the curb, first responders have trouble making it to the scene of the accident.
Something needs to be done to help alleviate the traffic around Amazon in hebron during the holidays when they ramp up, the traffic is horrendous and takes up valuable time from the police force to manage.
The turn from 18 onto hopeful church is ridiculous. No matter what time of day this intersection is always backed up and dangerous.
Reply Flag 1 Agreeone month ago
US25 and Mt. Zion
Reply Flag 1 Agree2 months ago
We need a light at the entrance to Stephens Elementary. Mornings and afternoons are dangerous with parents dropping off kids, teachers arriving, cars trying to make it in or out of the condos across 237, the traffic increase due to all the warehouses on 237, and the 55 mph speed limit. We are going to have more serious accidents here.
Reply Flag 1 Agree2 months ago
The intersection of U.S. 25 and Mt. Zion. Heavy truck traffic and factory traffic have created severe congestion.
Reply Flag 1 Agree2 months ago
Henry Clayton Cowans TuckerAmazon is opening a new warehouse coming in October this year and with that there is going to be twice the amount of people working on this road. There has already been a death by someone getting hit. Something needs to happen with either widening the road somehow, making it not a dead end or just add lighting for the entire road.
Reply Flag 1 Agree2 months ago
Need more roundabouts to keep traffic flowing instead of stoplights. Light rail as alternative to 75. Bottleneck always at Erlanger/ 275 on I-75 north.
Reply Flag 1 Agree2 months ago
Edward D. BirdKY-237 at Coral road needs a traffic light....it is a fatal accident waiting to happen.
Reply Flag 1 Agree2 months ago
Ron KsrSame at 237 and pleasant valley
Reply Flag 5 Agree2 months ago
Mary CannYes!
Reply Flag 0 Agree2 months ago
Calvin AllenWhat Is going on with the construction on mt.zion IT stinks and we need a right turning lane at mt.zion. and us.25 BAD what is going on with Boone county
Reply Flag 1 Agree2 months ago
Duane BradnerBicycle riders on Rt 8.
Reply Flag 1 Agree2 months ago
Ruth Ann IngramAll of them.
Reply Flag 1 Agree2 months ago
Limaburg road is increasingly crowded. There have been accidents with large trucks involved. The bicycle and pedestrian foot traffic is in danger; there need to be bike lanes and sidewalks.
Reply Flag 1 Agree2 months ago
RAMP needs more pick up options here!
Reply Flag 1 Agree3 months ago
The intersection of Petersburg and Graves Roads gets very congested during the evening rush hour, especially around the Winter Holidays.
Reply Flag 1 Agree3 months ago
While it is good to focus on Mineola Pike at Donaldson due to Amazon, consideration should also be given to studying potential traffic patterns on the north side of the area so that freight can travel safely from River Road to the interstate, encouraging river-based logistics.
Reply Flag 1 Agree3 months ago
My concern is the stretch of 18 heading into Burlington from zig zag road to limaburg. It is always backed up. My other concern is the section of Baymiller Lane in the Hidden Creek subdivision go in down the hill. Car constantly park on the road making it impossible to tell is a car is common up the hill. There is going to be a collision there some day
Reply Flag 0 Agree27 days ago
One Major transportation issue in our area, is the Department of highways Inspectors. These inspectors are supposed to assure the contractor performs all the work properly and follow the plans and specifications. It is also the inspector's job to assure traffic is maintained and the work in performed IN a TIMELY MANNER. The inspectors DO Not see that the work is properly performed, sign off on sub-standard construction and sign change orders to pay contractors to redo things just because the inspector "Told them is was OK."
Case in point, I-75 repaving: They let the contractor work on preparing far too many miles of pavement before repaving. It always rains and the contractor needs to re-prep and the state re-pays to do it! The contractor paved a section through the cut in the hill are a few years ago, and the inspector not only Allowed but Agreed with the contractor, to remove all the edge forms shortly after placing the concrete! What happened then, you might ask? The edges fell off the paving and it all had to be torn out and replaced again! AND THE INSPECTOR SIGNED OFF FOR THE CONTRACTOR TO GET PAID TO DO IT TWICE!!! I am sure the project specification manual called for the forms to remain in place for a certain amount of time. It always does.
They allow asphalt paving companies, to do Terrible jobs, such as Donaldson Highway between Mineola and O'Hara Lane. One day on a trip to Florence, I passed the workers paving that section. On the way back it was reopened. It was the Bumpiest and waviest asphalt job I have Ever Seen! You can't drive over that section at 40 MPH without shaking your whole car!
North Bend Road in Hebron took Years too long to revamp. The surface was Very badly paved and left that way for over a year!

And we do need to stop adding subdivisions.
Reply Flag 0 Agreeone month ago
The I-75 corridor to the North and South from I-71 through Brent Spence Bridge into Cincinnati must be dealt with immediately. Enough studies and wasting money on paint. Start the new bridge construction and get on with it. Pay for cost through tolls. PLEASE!
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We need bus transportation to and from the courthouse
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No bus routes from Burlington to anywhere....we need bus service
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Hwy 16 in verona ...it is a very dangerous road, people fly down it and many accidents are caused by speeding.
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Congestion at the Richwood Road exit (rte 338) at I-75, might be improved with better traffic light programming. Make the in-road sensors available to other traffic light controllers, to decrease the extra long backups.
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New Kroger union...new Unbelievable traffic jam...gave no thought to this either...
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Well for last year my family has been trying to get something done with judge Moore, Les and police department about small cut thru road between Burger King and Waffle House in Hebron behind speedway. 2 lane road with "No Trucks parking" on either side but it is always blocked. I have seen numerous close calls for head ons at this road. I have made numerous calls but now I'm on record if something happens after being ignored for months! Thanks, Gayle McGlasson gmcglasson11@hotmail.com
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US 25 for semi drivers delivering to Star Bld material lot of traffic back up always.
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We needs lots of bike lanes
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Hebron. 237.
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Widen US42 between I75 Off ramp and I75 Southbound On Ramp. It's 3 lanes down to two and then the turn lane for I75 south. Would be better if it was 3 lanes all the way from the I75 N off ramp to the I75 S on ramp
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To many business to many new condos to many new homes all coming out to 18 and traffic is terrible. I hear the same thing from so many people. We have roads coming into roads which makes it dangerous to drive.
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The on ramp from HWY 42 to Northbound 75 needs a lane separator where it connects with the interstate. When people come around the curve on the on ramp to 75, it causes people to switch lanes abruptly because it looks like the people on the on ramp are going to come into your lane suddenly.
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Needs 4 way stop
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Newly created lanes on 237 at 275 are horrible. Very dangerous. (Already one person has died)
Exit needed on 275 directly into industrial road by Amazon.
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going north on 25 at froftown rd need a turn lane back upm traffic at rush hour likle crazy. and mt zion rd and 25 need a turn lane going south on 25 big back up 3 to 4 times to get thru light just to turn right
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I live in the Summerset Farms Subdivision off of Camp Ernst and it is almost impossible to turn left in the mornings and evenings onto Camp Ernst. Something needs to be done about this. To compound the situation, there is a new subdivision going in acrossed the street between Rogers and Pleasant Valley. I'm disappointed in the time it has taken to do something about this situation because I went to a planning meeting at Camp Ernst Middle School over 10 years ago for plans (even drawings) to improve. If something is not done soon, I will be moving out of Boone County in the next few years. Not only is it dangerous for drivers, especially all the teenage drivers that we have in our neighborhood, but it's very frustrating and adds time significant times to our commute.
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Shuttle or bus service from the new Kroger area to the transportation hub on Mall Road.
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Need to stop left turns onto Camp Ernst from the street that runs beside the extension building and 1st church. People pull across without checking to see if no traffic on both lanes. We were hit by a person that waited for the car in the lane they could see but we were on the the other lane just a little back. I have seen many close calls here.
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The intersection of US 42 and weaver/hopeful Church – – it's always a traffic jam. Can it be reworked somehow?
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I could not get a cab to answer the phone from Burlington to the airport 3 numbers provided by 411 had voice mail,never called back. The one number I got was in Cincinnati and would take an hour to get me to the airport. I needed a quick response,my car wouldn't start and I didn't have anyone to call last minute. Change the cab numbers that 411 gives out for Northern Kentucky.
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We need a left turn arrow from Mt Zion on to Gunpowder. It's one car per light there with a stream of oncoming cars from I 75. Also, no round abouts what a colossal pain. Lastly, can we fix the intersection of Hopeful/Weaver/ 42?
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Camp Ernst & Pleasant Valley intersection needs help
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237 from graves road to 275.... mainly bottle neck at Worldwide. Worldwide traffic needs another access point
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US 42 from Gunpowder rd to 75. Awful bottleneck at intersection of Weaver/42/hopeful Church. Only going to get worse with additions to Orleans, Ballyshannon, Westbrook, Triple Crown, etc.
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I think that the new lane changes near Dairy Queen are of concern. The folks trying to exit the interstate and get over into the worldwide Boulevard lanes cannot do so often times due to the through traffic lane . Something needs to be redone or reworked in that area.

In addition, I think that The Graves Road exit needs to move forward. I understand that there was a process of data collection, but I'm pretty sure there's enough by now that it can be justified. That would alleviate some of the problems near worldwide Boulevard.
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Richwood Road is miserable with the truckstops clogging the road. With Triple Crown now in huge expansion plus Steeplechase still growing, it will soon be a quagmire. Remember, those two subdivisions jpay LOTS of taxes versus those along Mount Zion which seems to have your immediate attention
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More public transportation in Union needed especially due to the growth of subdivisions and new developments. I also believe that allowing new subdivisions should be limited. Most of people like to be able to have the beauty of being in the country and some land.
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We need more bike lanes, but they should be part of a wide sidewalk, such as the ones on Pleasant Valley Road, not on the street. It is way too dangerous, especially for children, to ride on the street right next to cars, separated only by a stripe painted on the street.
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The intersection of 42 and hopeful Church in Florence needs to be reconfigured. It's an awful bottleneck almost any time of day.
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Limaburg Road near Conner Middle School and Conner Road, have become very dangerous areas. Trucks (Semi, concrete, and gravel) are avoiding 237 and taking Limaburg Road, exceeding the speed limit, not stopping at the stop signs, and not watching for students crossing the road. There are not sidewalks all the way down Limaburg Road, however more than 50 students walk down and across Limaburg Road to their homes and cars. With this being mostly residential and only a 2 lane road, it has become very dangerous. I thought the whole point of adding the new road(Gateway Blvd.) in the middle of Limaburg Road from 237 was to route the trucks through the business district of Limaburg, in order to avoid the school and residential portion of Limaburg. I observed a semi truck that took the airport exit, turned on to 20, then turned on to Conner Road (small residential and school 2 lane road), then turned on Limaburg Road toward the school, and then turned onto 237. This truck should have gone 275 to the Hebron exit and then take 237. The truck rolled through each stop sign, including the Goodridge Elementary stop sign and the Conner Middle/ Cougar Path stop sign. I have also observed gravel and concrete trucks from 275 to Rt. 20, down Conner Road and Limaburg Road. I understand this may be a quicker route for them, however it is very dangerous for the residents and the students. If we are going to add new businesses to this area, then someone should be looking into making these 2 lane residential and school roads into “No Thru Traffic” zones.
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Longbranch Road from the Farmview area to Cooper High School is dangerous! No room for error, and a big chance of overcorrection, especially for young drivers. I drive the road four times a day. On one trip, I passed three vehicles that crossed into or over the center line. The new houses and planned middle school will make it even worse.
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Longbranch Road from the Farmview area to Cooper High School is dangerous! No room for error, and a big chance of overcorrection, especially for young drivers. I drive the road four times a day. On one trip, I passed three vehicles that crossed into or over the center line. The new houses and planned middle school will make it even worse.
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Camp Ernst is to narrow and winding. need to the widened with turn lanes
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The lights are horribly timed and traffic backs up down Richwood road.
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Brad SmithCamp Ernst road needs immediate attention. With Cooper High School and Camp Ernst middle school using this road for primary access along with the continued addition of new neighborhoods, it's just plain dangerous. Toss teenage drivers (I have one 16 and 1 13 soon to be driving) in the mix and fatalities are sure to rise.
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Doug Newhouse (1) Hopeful Church Road is a nightmare and is going to get worse with the new development. That road cannot handle the current traffic. There should be 4 lanes from Donaldson Road in Erlanger to the Dixie Highway / Weaver intersection. On that stretch it goes from 4 - to 2 with a turn lane - to 2. The city made a mistake in approving that new development. It is impossible to make a left turn out of any street on that road and no one wants a bunch of traffic lights added. Frustrated drivers do dangerous things. (2) Lakeshore Drive should be made One Way. Doesn't matter which way - let the School System decide - but that would help the buses to Yealey Elementary get in and out. (3) Eliminate all left hand turns coming out of the plaza (Dairy Queen, etc.) on to Hopeful Church Road at the intersection of Hopeful and US 42. This precedent has already been established on Clayton Road. (4) Eliminate parking on Ridgeview or take steps to cut down the traffic of people cutting through there to avoid the Weaver / US 42 intersection. (5) Development and traffic are linked. Approve no more development in the city until the infrastructure is addressed
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Tara LeonhardHow are you going to add mass transits in the county. Roads are always packed. Unless there is real conversation about creating short rail systems.
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237 needs to finally be completed after all these years
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Doug OttoIt appears to me that Boone County has some of the worst "timed" stoplights. If you are southbound on ky237 at Worldwide you are forced to wait extra time for the left turn lanes on the north bound side remainlit, even if no one is in those lanes. As a result, maybe 10 cars get through the intersection before the light changes to red. The same problem exist at the next stoplight, which allows the northbound traffic to turn onto I275 west. It stays red to the northbound traffic even if there's no one in the left turn lane.
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Mt. Zion exit off of 75 south. Cars are backed up on the highway during the rush hour. This is dangerous for the cars in line as well as for the cars proceeding south. Also, the Richwood exit. This exit and interchange cannot handle the population of people. Triple Crown continues to grow & Steeplechase is adding some new homes as well.
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Camp Ernst Road is a nightmare. Gridlock in evenings. Mt Zion Rd another nightmare, Too many Fed Ex trucks make difficult to navigate. Glad I don't live in Hebron, 237 is a MAJOR headache. Why let so much commercial development in heavy business/residential area ???
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The issue at the intersection of Camp Ernst and Pleasant Valley is out of control and the answer seems to be, to build yet another subdivision with the only access emptying out onto Camp Ernst Rd. The existing subdivision (right across the street) already is unable to get out onto Camp Ernst, morning and evening, unless someone takes pity on them and holds up traffic long enough to let them out. There was a plan that was suppose to have been nearing completion by now to fix this and still absolutely nothing.
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Something to help the flow of traffic at Hopeful church and 42. Turning left on Hopeful Church from 42 is a mess especially at rush hour. There is a lot of congestion in this area and it is not uncommon to take up to 3 light changes to make it through
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Route 18 between Florence and Burlington.
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US 42 from Union Kroger to Erlanger; Lights at Ewing Blvd and US 42; Lights at Lighting EFX and US 42
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1292 trying to turn left on Mary Grubbs to go into Walton is the longest red light in the county. Traffic from industry on Beaver Rd. and from the dump leads to long delays because the green light is so short.
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Patti Kay EmersonWe need bus service to the Boone county housing authority office in Burlington.
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We need bus service to section 8 office in Burlington.
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Traffic lights on 18 as well as 42 should be reviewed on a yearly basis. If a car that should average 30 mpg in the city only gets 18 mpg, there's a lroblem. If it takes 15 minutes to go 3 miles that's a problem.
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With the increase in truck traffic with Amazon and their new development coming to CVG, we need to start looking at truck parking in the area.
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18 is a nightmare. 75 from the Mt Zion exit to Turfway rd exit is awful too.
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Frogtown Road is so busy during peak times. The road needs expanded to at least 4 lanes and an exit off of 71 would be really nice.
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Driving from Pleasant Valley and making a left turn on Camp Ernst in the mornings is next to impossible. Need to do a traffic count on Camp Ernst during Cooper High School morning rush. Camp Ernst is not wide enough or designed to handle the amount of traffic on it due to Copper High School.
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Thankfully I don't have to travel this way often but the traffic on Donaldson heading toward the airport is a MESS. Obviously because of all the new warehouses being built, which is great for our county and economy but it takes forever to get around back there at peak hours. Also, it would be so great to have the major stop lights in our city on sensors. We used to live in Michigan and their lights were on sensors after 8 pm at night. Thinking specifically of the light at Rt 18 and Aero Pkwy, if it's 10 pm, we still have to sit and sit and sit, waiting for traffic that isn't there. Or at least make the lights shorter after 8 or 9 pm.
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75/71 spilt with 275. And us 42 and hopeful and weaver road
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Ky 18 from the 237 interchange to the Aero/Oakbrook interchange is bumper to bumper most times during the day.
237/Camp Ernest at the Pleasant Valley interchange needs to become a 3 way stop due to the traffic on both roads.
The curve on 237 past Pleasant Valley and Camp Ernest heading towards Union is dangerous on a good day, worse when it rains or snows.
Flashing red light in Burlington Proper needs to be changed to a regular stop light especially during rush hour times between 4-6 due to high traffic heading into Burlington.
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Gunpowder between 42 and Mt Zion is dangerous because NO ONE stays on their side of the yellow line and it seems like EVERYONE goes well over the speed limit. Semi truck traffic and construction traffic has only added to the danger. It would be helpful to prohibit semis from that stretch, considering the curves and narrow lanes. The intersection at Gunpowder and 42 is awful, especially up to Hopeful Church. It doesn't matter what time of day or what day it is, it's always backed up.
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Light sequence is very out of sync on 338.....additional lanes needed as well
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Heading east on 18 as you near Hopeful Church is horrible in the afternoons, and much of the weekend. If it were possible to add a right turn only lane for turning right onto Hopeful Church you would be able to have many of the cars that are forced to sit in traffic be able to get in the right turn lane and move along, clearing up space. Instead, the right lane is for right turn or continuing straight on 18. If there is a car at the front of the line at the red line that is not turning right, it holds up many other vehicles that could move through and turn right.
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The intersection of Donaldson and 717 is a mess at many times during the day. Widening 717 by adding a right turn only lane for the northbound part of 717 turning right onto Donaldson would go a long way towards alleviating the backups that occur there every day. I always think about how much gasoline is wasted as so many cars and trucks sit there idling because it usually takes at least two cycles of that light to get through the intersection.
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Need rapid rail transit from airport to Covi gton that is not affected by traffic jams. Later add another rail from Covington to Forence.
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Need to do something with Camp Ernst from Rogers to Longbranch. It is extremely difficult to get out of my neighborhood at Summerset Farm but equally as frustrating for other neighborhoods along the way. Very bad visabily mixed with the heavy traffic equals disasterous conditions.
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42 from Pleasant Valley to 75, 42 Northbound turning left onto Hopeful Church, and the intersection of Pleasant Valley and Camp Ernst are all problematic.
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Need bus for weaver rd
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traffic back ups at mt zion and in near future at walton verona exit as more industrial parks open
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I agree with the other comments about 237, but my issue is 18 from Burlington Krogers to the expressway it's a mess from daylight to dark...
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Traffic is backed up from pleasant valley to weaver road. After weaver traffic opens up. Need to widen US 42
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42 and Rice Pike. Horrible

42 and intersection of Hopeful Rd and Weaver Rd. Turning into or out of US bank
Danger for all
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The whole intersection of 42 and I 75 is one big mess. Hard to get out at exit to 42 E. Impossible to get out at 42 W. Too many businesses with too many entrances. How will the new super truck station impact this.
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42 in Florence between 75 and pleasant valley
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Driving from Florence to Burlington in the evenings is a nightmare! I have yet to see how the 237 bridge and Aero Parkway has improved anything. Also, something needs to be done about the trucks coming out of the truck stop on 18 and blocking every lane of traffic...if that was me pulling a trailer I guarantee I would be ticketed!

Mt. Zion from I-75 to 25... a mess also. Widen it to 4 lanes.
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My biggest problem is traffic congestion on US 42 between I-75 and Pleasant Valley road in mid to late afternoons, and morning peak hour traffic as well.
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Florence, Burlington, and Hebron are nightmares when driving anywhere at anytime. Traffic is horrible!!
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Walton for seniors and disabled
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My thoughts are that all drivers should start stopping at traffic control points as is required by law and slow down to a safe speed instead of driving like all highways are a NASCAR racetrack.
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Need traffic lights at the corner of 18 and east bend rd . Burlington
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I live on Belair. If I need to ride TANK I have to walk 10-15 minutes to get to the bus stop. Also sidewalks are needed for Kentaboo & Highridge.
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More side walks and bike trails connecting bulington,Hebron, florence and union together
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237 from 275 to at least Worldwide is rediculously backed up even after repair last fall. 237 cannot support all of the houses already built here and we have more on the way. Not to mention the shift change traffic delays from businesses near this intersection.
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Need a Graves Rd exit off of 275 to handle Amazon truck traffic and keep it off 237. Bike lanes or sidewalk needed on Peterburg Rd from 237 to Liberty Crossing Subdivision and widening Peterburg Rd/Rte 20 from 237 to Graves Rd. Road is so narrow and not friendly for walking or cycling between subdivisions or to retail business and work areas.
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The corner of Graves and 20. The residents need an alternative to 237 when leaving the subdivisions. Rather than sitting in traffic for the Amazon et al mess, it would be nice to scoot around to Krogers etc via Graves to 20 (and not be bumper to bumper at the 275 overpass.
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On behalf of RSVP (Retired Senior and Volunteer Program), sponsored by the Brighton Center, I talk with seniors all over Boone county--at senior centers, low-income/subsidized housing, and at private pay independent living facilities, about opportunities to volunteer and give back. The frequent and common concern for these seniors is transportation--they want to volunteer right here in Boone County (and we have many volunteer opportunities) but many have very limited (or no) financial resources for transportation. This actually is secondary to the problem of seniors not having transportation to get to the grocery store, bank, etc., as many do not have family living close by who can help with this basic need. (Some seniors are qualified with Area Aging for doctor appointment transportation, but many are not). Also, as a new resident of Boone County, I fully support supporting this transportation survey and plan to be at the open house on August 29 to support any initiatives for low-cost or free, safe and reliable transportation for our seniors/wisdom keepers of Boone County. Cheryl with RSVP
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Greedy developers have turned 338 into a nightmare.
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The biggest issue is connectivity of bike paths and sidewalks throughout the county. The next issue is maintaining the existing bike paths by keeping them free of debris.
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Traffic coming out of the Penn Station parking lot is rediculous
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Richwood Road and North Ben Road near the warehouse In Hebron
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Sitting and waiting to pull out in to the main road. New developments going in same road. This is a recipe for disaster.
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The intersection of Camp Ernst and Roberts is terrible people jump out of the right lane to move to the left lan to cut you off. It's extremely frustrating
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Stahl RD needs to be widen and a street light is need at the corner of North Bend Rd and Stahl Rd.
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boone has no transportation for senior's or disabled vetcounty's in ohio has vet transportation. but senior are left with out so frigging sad a friend of mine on medicade gets taxi service for medical appointments another sad!!!!!!!!! i'm unable to walk to the bus line to catch a tank bus and only have 3 so sad I can't walk to florence to catch a va transportaion but a person on medicade get a taxi to and from. Well we can see where boone county thinks of us seniors and vet.
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put in a round a bout
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A tram system would be nice that would go down 18, Mall Rd, and Dixie Hwy, building parking garages near dense residential areas for people to use the tram or how about we halt residential building permits until the roads can better handle the traffic.
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On 42 from Gunpowder to Weaver--terrible back to back traffic and people trying to turn into
businesses
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A light at Mather and dixie
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Intersection of dixie and turfway by post office. Some of the lights are too long, and some too short of a light. Also same thing at intersection of 18 and Houston.
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Weaver Road....driving from Union toward Florence the traffic is often backed up to Pleasant Valley, Plantation Point & sometimes Kroger's.
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Need more bus service
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Julie PilePleasant Valley/Camp Ernst Road is my biggest headache. I also hate driving down Camp Ernst toward Hathaway. My biggest complaint about our regional is lack of mass transit. Buses do not cut it. If you are a working parent who works downtown, there is no way you can take the buses. If you have a sick child, the expresses do not run often enough during the day and the routes which do run hourly take hours to get anywhere. Childcare drop/off pick-up by center times is stressful especially with construction and weather. Thank goodness I do not work downtown anymore.
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Hebron Area & Union 42. Agree, we need mass transit and not buses.
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It's so hard to walk or bike anywhere in southern Boone County. Would love to see a bike/walking path on Frogtown Road.
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The intersections of Mall Rd turning left onto 18, then right onto Houston is a problem
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Create 6 to 8_90 minute fixed/deviated ADA loops from 5am to 1:00am throught Boone 7 days.
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Richardson Road is too overwhelmed with traffic. When approaching Kenton County, it is a residential neighborhood, therefore you cannot widen the street - neighboring streets need to be widened to help bear this burden.
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At Thunder Ridge dr. Cut the trees so those trying to turn onto Pleasant Valley can see the traffic coming and enforce the speed limit. It's not 60 mph. The semi's need to be kept off Pleasant Valley until the new road is completed, whenever that may be.
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Stop adding more homes and upgrade all roads and infrastructure
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I'd love to see more bike lanes, especially on US 42 near the Florence/Union border.
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Traffic can be quite heavy here especially at Boone Aire Road. It can take 5 minutes or more to turn left onto KY 18 here.
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A light at Evergreen and Weaver
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US42between Gunpwder and Mall Road is the worst congestion
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The four way stop that was added to Idlewild Road at the intersection of Conrad needs to be taken out. There are many sporting events that are held at Idlewild Park and traffic is ridiculous trying to get through that stop sign. Also all the events that are held at The Boone County Fairgrounds hold up traffic as well. This is a minor intersection that did not need a four way stop. Traffic did fine before they put it in .
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Expedite the completion of the entire East-West Mt Zion Corridor. Completion would mitigate many issues in the northern portion of Boone County.
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Please widen Stahl road to standard width so vehicles can pass each other from opposite directions. A side walk would be great to, this would keep pedestrians off the road and safe.
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Corner of 18 and jefferson
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Richwood Rd has b become a nightmare since "the CITY"OF Tripe Crown has overgrown the roadways.
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Rita DehnerHopeful Church Road is always bad. 42 also
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Bobbie OsborneMt Zion Rd between 25 & Gun powder Rd a wreck or 2 daily....
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Rick LaughlinIntersection at Weaver and Evergreen needs a light bad,everyone cuts through to miss the lite at 42.People who live here can't get out.
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Laurie Gagnon FleeheartyTurfway and Dixie, Turfway and Houston , KY 18 and Houston. Longest lights ever!
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Sandy SchroederNO MORE TRAFFIC LIGHTS IN FLORENCE! Already takes forever to get through the hundreds of existing ones!
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Why on earth do we need a four way stop at Conrad and Idlewild. I travel that road multiple times and day and there is never a need for a four way stop. It is the most random use of a stop sign I have ever seen
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Ina KeairnsRt 18( Burlington pike from Mall to 237. Hard for residences to get anywhere at work times. Also we were glad to get new road of Aero now with new places going in it will be as bad as Rt 18. Still won't be able to bypass Traffic
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Mary Florer18 and Houston/Hopeful Church and 18 and Mall Rd
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Brittany GoochRoute 8 and route 20 intersection needs a light.
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Laurie Vadnais42 and hopeful church.
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US 42 at Hopeful Church is a nightmare.
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Ron Ksr18 and mall road
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Robert Palaima42 is a joke
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Continue the new sidewalk all the way to 18. There is a section where it stops at the lake. This would be great! Families could ride bikes up to the YMCA together.
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A sidewalk connecting England Idlewide park to downtown Burlington
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Mark DunhoftHopefull and Burlington pike , the city put up a turn barricade and traffic backs up forever ,and coming the other way is like a demolition derby waiting to happen ..
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42
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Mineola Pike between 275 and Donaldson. Donaldson between Mineola and Turfway. Both are gridlocked frequently and getting worse quickly.
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Bob MyerhoffBoone county transportation plan is an oxymoron!
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Darrell Caldwell42 between farmview and weaver is terrible, mt zion
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Terk Er JerbsAs I am regularly on 42, 18, Mt. Zion, Dixie, Turfway and virtually all other major thoroughfares in Boone County, I still find Richwood comparatively to be as bad or worse than the others during peak hours.
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We need to plan and accommodate for the workers, homes and related companies Amazon Prime Air Hub is going to bring. Need an alternate route in Hebron for current trucking patterns and future. Graves Road interchange is essential. Need to address trucking from new air hub. Access to 71/75 South at I-275 is not adequate, much less one lane heading South and interfacing with Erlanger exit/on ramp. There are thousands of homes coming in the very near future to the Union area and West down US 42 past Ryle. Need a North/West corridor West of Pleasant Valley Road; likely utilizing Camp Ernst.
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I don't understand why the bus literally has to stop at every driveway along KY 18 to pick up students. Some driveways are literally a couple of feet apart and the student is not capable of walking 10 feet to one driveway?
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US 42 both directions from interstate 75 to beyond pleasant valley Road is congested most of the day it seems these days. Highway 18 is not any better, it used to take under 8-10 minutes to get to the interstate some 15 years ago when I moved here now it usually takes 15-20 minutes at times.

It would seem to me that an alternative route for traffic to get to Cincinnati in the northern part of the county would be helpful, in the 1990s a bridge was discussed to connect Highway 237 over to the west side communities, perhaps this should be revisited.
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Speed limit should be 45 MPH between Ryle and Kroger on 42. Too many accidents at Braxton due to cars trying to beat the light.
Reply Flag 0 Agree2 months ago
add a left turn arrow at 18 and Rogers heading towards Jefferson street. People trying to turn left onto Rogers back up traffic and make it dangerous when others try to go around them.
Reply Flag 0 Agree2 months ago
takes 20 minutes from I-75/I-71 exit to Weaver Road
Reply Flag 0 Agree2 months ago
It would be nice if consideration for a right turn lane at the entrance of Fowlers Creek.
Reply Flag 0 Agree2 months ago
Moved in Triple Crown, July of 2015; the increase in traffic from the 175 exit West has increased dramatically. Not sure why Mt. Zion road was started before Richwood's needs.
Reply Flag 0 Agree3 months ago
Hopeful Church is always a nightmare going to 42.

4 way in Burlington is awful nearly every time of the day

Would like to see walkways extend down 18 for people in the subdivisions to be able to walk to downtown safely, like Burlington Meadows, Morgan's crossing, etc.
Reply Flag 0 Agree3 months ago
Richwood Road west side of I71/I75 is in constant gridlock -- mainly due to Truckstop traffic in & out on that side- If eliminated it would GREATLY improve traffic flow in the whole Area-which continues to grow at a tremendous rate- as U know. As far as I know, the proposed Intersection Revision Plan is not yet funded- so this serious situation will continue to worsen as Development will bring much more traffic- which now backs up on the Interstate in effort to exit going South. It seems as if no effort is being made to expedite this situation!
Reply Flag 0 Agree3 months ago
Will this plan incorporate new technology like self-driving cars and semis? Might not need to widen roads as much as we do today if cars can drive themselves and be closer to each other.
Reply Flag 0 Agree3 months ago
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