Thank you to everyone who attended the Public Open House! If you missed it, please share your input via a short survey accessible at the top of this page. FYI: A Public Outreach Summary Report will be posted to this website in late September that will document all comments received from this event and all other public involvement efforts conducted for the Transportation Plan.

Public Open House
Tuesday, August 29, 2017
4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Boone County Public Library (Main/Burlington Branch)
1786 Burlington Pike, Burlington, KY 41005

We’re going “old school” with this event using an open house style where residents can come any time between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. and provide their input. The event will include a series of stations – each focusing on a different part of Boone County to facilitate discussion and sharing of information.  Staff will be on hand to talk one-on-one and gather input from those who know Boone County best – residents, business owners, employees and others interested improving travel in, out and around the County.

If you tuned into our Facebook Live Town Hall, thank you! We had intended to post the event recording to this website, but we experienced some unexpected glitches with Facebook and accessing the video. We’ve done a recap video of the questions discussed during the Town Hall, which you can view above.

Facebook Live Town Hall
Hosted by Boone County Fiscal Court Judge/Executive Gary Moore and Representative Sal Santoro, House District 60
Thursday, August 31, 2017
Noon to approximately 12:30pm
(end time is flexible in order to respond to as many questions from the public as possible)

We’re excited to hold this live, online event to hear transportation issues, suggestions and questions directly from YOU – Boone County! Judge/Executive Gary Moore will provide an overview of the Boone County Transportation Plan. Then, Judge Moore and Representative Sal Santoro will discuss some of the current transportation improvement projects that are already underway across the County. Questions will be taken from the FB Live audience via comment posts. Any question not answered will be responded to by staff following the event’s conclusion. This event will be recorded and posted on

  • OKI will be employing state-of-the art technologies to provide you with multiple opportunities to be involved in the Plan’s development
  • Watch this page for dynamic surveys that incorporate maps and data, so you can easily share your thoughts
  • These tools will be connected to Social Media and facilitate a County-wide conversation about transportation needs – Today and into the Future

Improve Safety and Security for all Travelers

  • Work to eliminate fatalities and injuries on public roads
  • Reduce the total number of crashes for all modes of transportation, including walking and bicycling
  • Consider the protection and resilience of critical transportation infrastructure from natural and human disasters
  • Consider the application of advanced technologies to maximize travel safety and security for all modes

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Preserve and Optimize the Existing Infrastructure

  • Maintain the existing system in a state of good repair
  • Utilize operational improvements to manage traffic effectively and improve the reliability of the transportation system within the existing right-of-way
  • Expand the performance of the existing network by supporting reliable transit service
  • Provide pedestrian and bicycle facilities to optimize the transportation network and ensure connectivity between activity nodes
  • Maximize use of the existing right-of-way and facilities to manage traffic effectively through innovative transportation design solutions
  • Consider the application of advanced technologies to manage traffic effectively and maximize the performance of the existing network

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Provide Sufficient Future Capacity and Mobility

  • Address existing and projected capacity needs based on anticipated volumes through the 2040 planning year
  • Improve travel time reliability
  • Provide a minimum Level of Service “C” on public roadways and intersections
  • Employ the use of transit, sidewalks/multi-use paths and bike lanes as capacity solution options
  • Consider the application of advanced technologies to maximize the performance of the future network

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Facilitate Freight Logistics

  • Accommodate the growing volume of truck traffic to ensure safe and efficient goods movement
  • Enhance multi-modal accessibility to freight-related jobs and mobility of employees, especially transit-dependent populations or zero-car households
  • Address temporary and long-term truck parking issues
  • Improve interconnectivity and accessibility to local, regional and global freight modes
  • Consider the application of advanced technologies to address freight demands upon the transportation network

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Support Economic Vitality

  • Enhance multi-modal accessibility, connectivity and mobility between centers of employment, consumer activity and residential development
  • Demonstrate compatibility with the Boone County Comprehensive Plan, to marry the transportation system with existing zoning and future land uses
  • Retain, expand and attract private investment by establishing Boone County as a leader in the implantation of advanced transportation technology

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Enrich Quality of Life

  • Incorporate community design when developing transportation improvements
  • Improve community health by encouraging non-motorized transportation modes like walking and bicycling
  • Provide mobility options for all populations to accommodate social, physical and economic needs

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Ensure Fiscal Responsibilty

  • Define anticipated, traditional funding sources
  • Identify new and innovative funding sources to address transportation needs
  • Establish a level of fiscal constraint through the 2040 planning year
  • Prioritize transportation improvements in order to achieve and maintain fiscal constraint through the 2040 planning year

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Environmental Sustainabilty

  • Preserve the natural and historic context of Boone County
  • Minimize impacts to air quality
  • Ensure compatibility with other Boone County plans

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Utilize Innovative Designs and "Smart" Technologies

  • Consider innovative design solutions to address transportation issues
  • Take a proactive planning approach to realize the full advantage of technological opportunities in leveraging public investments to provide a state of the art transportation network
  • Develop public policies and practices that facilitate the implementation of new technologies

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