West Loveland Avenue Traffic Study

The City of Loveland is investigating alternatives for addressing congestion on and near the West Loveland Avenue bridge spanning the Little Miami River. Public involvement is a critical component of the project development process for proposed roadway improvements. 

To begin the study, an online public survey was conducted. The public will be invited to public open houses in the first quarter of 2024 to review multiple design alternatives and provide feedback. A final preferred alternative will be presented at another future public open house.

Cars driving on West Loveland Avenue

Study Findings

Public Survey Results
A survey was conducted June 15-July 17, 2023. This PDF includes the survey summary and all responses.

About the Study

West Loveland Avenue is the only way for motorists to cross the Little Miami River within Loveland city limits. The nearest river crossing to the north is located in Maineville on Montgomery Road, while the nearest crossing to the south is located in Symmes Township on Hopewell Road. 

In addition, Loveland’s Historic Downtown District is a built-in area with little to no room for road widening, which means the most likely solution is to provide alternate routes for through traffic in neighboring communities. While the city’s initial investigation focuses on Downtown Loveland, the final preferred alternative is likely to require road improvements elsewhere, up to and including the construction of a new river crossing.


City Contact: Cory Wright, Assistant City Manager, (513) 583-3020