Below is a list of reported traffic incidents in the Tri-State area:
Interstate 75 in Ohio: No reported accidents
Interstate 71 in Ohio: No reported accidents
Interstate 71/75 in Ky.: No reported accidents
Interstate 74 in Ohio/Ind.: No reported accidents
Interstate 275 in Ohio: No reported accidents
Interstate 275 in Ky.: Construction-- The right lane on I-275 WB between approximate mile points 83.5 and 84.0, which is currently closed, will reopen today.
Beginning tomorrow, the left lane will be closed at this location and will remain closed until further notice.
Traffic should use caution when traveling through this area as workers are present, and watch for slowed traffic.
Interstate 471: Bridge Inspection-- I-471 NB and SB – During the work Monday through Friday beginning Oct. 1 – Oct. 12, the KYTC District 6 will be conducting a bridge inspection on I-471 North Bound and South bound over the Ohio River.
Crews will be working from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and lane closures will be in place. Motorist should be aware of lane closures, crews and equipment.
Columbia Parkway: No reported accidents
Other roadways: Construction-- Reconstruction of the U.S. 50/Sixth Street Expressway progresses, marked by the advent of several milestones this week:
Other traffic information: Covington, Ky.-- Campaign and other temporary advertising signage illegally placed on state highway rights of way will be removed to maintain safety.
According to Kentucky Transportation Cabinet officials, signs show up along state highways in greater numbers in the month prior to an election.
Rob Hans, chief district engineer for KYTC District 6 said, “This time of year especially, we see a lot of signs placed along state right of way. Political signs and other advertising signs can block the view of drivers at intersections as they watch for oncoming traffic.”
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All lanes of eastbound I-275 have reopened at Kellogg Avenue after a vehicle overturned and caused the roadways to close for more than three hours.