I-69 ORX: Project Office ReopensJune 2021: The I-69 Ohio River Crossing project office is reopening, The office will be open every Tuesday, Wednesday and by appointment. It’s open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CT on Tuesdays and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. CT on Wednesdays. Current health guidelines apply for office visitors.
April 1, 2021 | Virtual Public MeetingHear from the I-69 ORX Project Team on work completed and work ahead. Visit I69OhioRiverCrossing.com for more information, including maps, handouts and more.
I-69 ORX: Project UpdateA single proffered alternative has been identified for the I-69 Ohio River Crossing with construction on ORX Section 1 expected to begin in 2022. Check out this video to learn more.
I-69 ORX: Project OverviewThe I-69 Ohio River Crossing will improve the I-69 corridor by providing an important final connection between Kentucky and Indiana.
It’s easy to learn more and follow our progress at I69OhioRiverCrossing.com.
I-69 ORX: Keep In TouchIt's easy to keep in touch!
DEIS Public Hearings - Jan. 2019The I-69 ORX Project Team hosted two public hearings in early January 2019. Community members and leaders were invited to have their comments made part of official record.
Preferred Alternatives: I-69 ORX - Dec. 2018The Project Team has identified two alternatives for the I-69 Ohio River Crossing, Central Alternative 1A and Central Alternative 1B. Tolling options are the only differences between the two.
Financial Feasibility: I-69 ORX - Dec. 2018The ORX Project Team has been working diligent to identify the best financial options for completing the connection and building a bridge between Henderson, KY and Evansville, IN.
DEIS Overview: I-69 ORX - Dec. 2018The DEIS, or Draft Environmental Impact Statement was released in December 2019. Watch to learn more about the DEIS, the preferred alternatives and more.
Central Alternatives 1A and 1B: Preferred Route for I-69 ORX - Dec. 2018The Central Alternative is the preferred route for the proposed I-69 crossing.
The DEIS identifies two preferred alternatives with different tolling options. Central Alternative 1A would toll both the I-69 bridge and the remaining US 41 bridge. Central Alternative 1B would toll only the I-69 bridge.
Find the DEIS online at:
Field Work - Nov. 2018The work of the I-69 ORX Project Team has taken us out of the office and into the field. Check out some of the work that’s been underway, from mussels to wetlands to bats.
Mussel Study - Oct. 2018Just like bat studies and wetland surveys, check out project team members on the Ohio River studying mussels.
Environmental studies are integral parts of the I-69 Ohio River Crossing.
Wetland Studies - Sept. 2018Wetland studies and field work are part of the I-69 project. Watch Biologist and Wetland Scientist Luke Eggering for more.
Bat Surveys - Aug. 2018Why does our I-69 ORX Project Team need to know where bats are hanging out? Check out this video to learn more from Tony Evans, Stantec Wildlife Biologist.