OKI Admits it Hasn't Done the Math on the Brent Spence Bridge Project

On Wednesday, January 7, 2015 Lucy May of WCPO reported OKI has not done a cost-benefit analysis of the Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project. Mark Policinski, OKI’s Executive Director, went so far as to claim “it’s not his agency’s job” to do cost-benefit analysis.

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Friday Fact Check: The “Gridlock & Carpocalypse” Myth

Setting the Record Straight on OKI’s Traffic Projections

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Open Letter to the NKY Chamber: Tolls Are Bad for Business

The following open letter from SERVPRO president was published in the River City News on December 4, 2014.

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Friday Fact Check: The "60-Minute" Myth

Setting the Record Straight on Police Response Times for the Brent Spence Bridge

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NKYUnited Response to U.S. Secretary Anthony Foxx Regarding the Brent Spence Bridge

Covington, KYThe following is a statement from Marisa McNee of Northern Kentucky United in response to comments made by U.S. Secretary Anthony Foxx regarding the Brent Spence Bridge

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ICYMI: McConnell & Boehner to Push for "No Tolls" Alternative?

On Friday, in an interview that appeared in The Courier-Journal Senator McConnell (R-Kentucky) again suggested a path forward for the Brent Spence Bridge that does not include tolls.

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Will Indiana debacle drive up Brent Spence cost?

The cost of a new Interstate 71/75 Brent Spence Bridge could increase if it's privately financed – fallout from the bankruptcy of a major Indiana tollway this fall.

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Friday Fact Check: The "Most Dangerous Bridge" Myth

Whoops: Cincinnati Enquirer Makes Data Error; Pro-toll Coalition Repeats Error for More than a Decade.

 

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Ohio groups join fight to block Brent Spence tolls

The Northern Kentucky Labor Council, the Owner Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA), Teamsters Local 100, and the Coalition Opposed to Additional Spending and Taxes (COAST) have officially joined the fight against tolls on the Brent Spence Bridge.

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No BS Tolls Campaign Grows Quickly First Week

Today, Northern Kentucky United announced that the No BS Tolls campaign has grown to include more than 60 Northern Kentucky business leaders and local businesses, and more than 1500 grassroots supporters.

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