Saturday, October 09, 1999

Section of Regional Highway to open today

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        HAMILTON — The first major section of the Butler County Regional Highway is scheduled to open this morning.

        Residents who live near the one-mile section from Ohio 4 to Hampshire Drive will participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 9 a.m.

        At 10 a.m., the orange barrels will be rolled away, and the road will open to traffic.

        The Regional Highway is a long-awaited 11-mile road linking Hamilton with Interstate 75. The highway is expected to spur residential, commercial and industrial development in the county and to give Hamilton an economic boost.

        The one-mile section of the highway from Cincinnati-Dayton Road to I-75 will be open later this month. The rest of the highway will open in December.


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