2014 Opening Day crowds at The Banks celebrate all things Cincinnati Reds!
Crews pour new curb on the north side of Freedom Way.
Crew members tie steel for the new and improved sidewalk on north side of Second Street.
Installation of public safety technology equipment is now complete at the Mehring Way entrance to Central Riverfront Garage.
Safety
no lost hours
Budget
within budget
Inclusion
36%
SBE participation
Schedule
on schedule

A working partnership between the City of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, The Banks Public Partnership ensures timely, safe, efficient and inclusive management of the public infrastructure of The Banks project—a vibrant Cincinnati riverfront neighborhood where people live, work and play.

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