Amy Murray to host Marburg Bridge Informational Meeting


The Marburg Bridge, just south of Marburg Avenue’s intersection with Wasson Road and Greenhouse Lane in Hyde Park, will be undergoing replacement beginning this spring. It is anticipated that residential and commercial traffic in Hyde Park, Oakley and Mt. Lookout will be affected for approximately 6 months while the bridge is closed. As an eastside resident, I am continuously hearing concerns about the Marburg Bridge replacement project and what it will mean to neighborhoods and businesses in the area.


As Chair of the Major Transportation Committee, I have asked the Department of Transportation & Engineering to provide opportunities to inform the affected neighborhoods about the project. Two separate meetings are currently scheduled to discuss all aspects including:


-Why the bridge needs to be replaced

-When the work will begin and the anticipated length of the project

-Where traffic will be detoured

-Who to contact if there are issues/concerns specific to the impacted neighborhoods


The first will be held at the next meeting of the Major Transportation Committee scheduled for Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at 1:00pm at City Hall, 801 Plum Street, on 3rd floor in council chambers.


I will also be hosting a second meeting along with Cincinnati’s Department of Transportation & Engineering staff at an informational meeting in the community the following week.


WHEN:           Monday, February 6, 2017

6:30pm – 8:00pm


WHERE:         Oakley Recreation Center

3882 Paxton Ave

Cincinnati, OH 45209


As your schedule allows, please make time to attend one of these important meetings. If I can be assistance or if you would like to be added to our Marburg Bridge Update e-mail list, contact my office at (513) 352-3640 or


Amy Murray

Chair of Major Transportation Committee

Member of Cincinnati City Council




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