Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments

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OKI operates as a public, non-profit organization. It assists its 117 members who represent governmental, social and civic groups from nearly 200 communities in addressing transportation planning. It also conducts air and water quality planning; promotes and facilitates ridesharing; coordinates intergovernmental review of federally-funded projects; provides technical assistance to member governments; maintains social and economic data for planning purposes and coordinates with state and federal agencies. Inherent in all of its functions, OKI is a forum for local governments to share transportation, environmental, economic and other challenges for which causes and solutions spread across political boundaries.

OKI continues to fulfil its mission of providing safe, reliable modes of transportation on behalf of our region. OKI approves $1 billion in projects every year, and we invest approximately $40 million in projects annually. This year, OKI was charged with updating its 2040 Regional Transportation Plan, the region's transportation roadmap that defines the policies, programs and projects to be implemented over the next 20 plus years. The 2040 Plan met with unanimous adoption by the OKI Board of Directors in June 2016.

Key staff[edit]

  • Mark R. Policinski
  • Robert Koehler
  • Robyn Bancroft
  • Nicole Hartman
  • Travis Miller
  • Purcy Nance
  • Lorrie Platt
  • Andrew Reser
  • Andrew Rohne
  • David Shuey

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