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I-75 Reconstruction and WHV Interchange Construction

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Project Status

  1. Proposed

  2. In Development

  3. Pre-construction

  4. Construction

  5. Completion

Situated at the northern end of the Brent Spence Bridge Corridor, the I-75 Reconstruction and Western Hills Viaduct Interchange project is the reconstruction of I-75 from Findlay Street to just south of Marshall Avenue. The project also includes construction of a new interchange to the connect the new Western Hills Viaduct (WHV), which is being developed by the city of Cincinnati.



Project Summary

  • Reconstruct and widen I-75 from just north of the Findlay Street overpass to just south of the Marshall Avenue overpass.
  • ​​​​​Realign/perform minor rehabilitation of Winchell Avenue, between Findlay Street and Bank Street to accommodate the I-75 reconstruction.
  • Construction of a new I-75 interchange to connect to the replacement Western Hills Viaduct (WHV).
  • Reconstruct southbound I-75 exit to Western Avenue and the northbound I-75 entrance from Bank Street.
  • Evaluate the connection between WHV interchange and local roadways.

Project Schedule

  • A design consultant has been authorized and is currently developing plans for a Stage 1 submittal in December 2022.
  • Currently, construction is anticipated to start in Spring 2028 and be completed in Fall 2031.
  • Further development will coincide with the WHV replacement project schedule, for which construction is anticipated to start in the spring of 2025.


For more information about the city of Cincinnati's WHV replacement project to be delivered using Construction Manager At-Risk (CMAR), visit the city's web site at Western Hills Viaduct - Transportation & Engineering (cincinnati-oh.gov)

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