CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - More roads continue to open along and near the Ohio River after flooding closed several over the past week.
- Kellogg Avenue within the city of Cincinnati limits
- Sutton Road. Commuters can once again reach Interstate 275. Exit 72 off I-275 to Kellogg is open again, too.
- Ohio 32 at Ohio 125, also called Beechmont Avenue, in Anderson Township
- Wooster Pike between Beechmont Avenue and Red Bank Avenue
- Mehring Way in downtown Cincinnati remains closed between Sixth Street and Freeman Avenue due to flood gates blocking the road, according to Cincinnati police.
- Apple Hill detour is open
- State Route 350 and the bridge is open in Dearborn County
The following roads remain closed:
- State Route 56 in Aurora
- State Route 56 near Patton Hollow Road in Switzerland County
- Thornton Road in the Fernbank Park in Salyer Park is closed
- Anderson Ferry from the railroad tracks to Ohio River
- Bayou at Riverside
- Brown Road at Baab Alley
- Carr Street north of Mehring
- Debolt Road at Center Street
- Debolt Road at Clear Creek
- Dooley By-Pass near Spring Grove Avenue
- Eight Mile between Kellogg and I-275
- Eight Mile and Old Kellogg Road
- Fields Ertel Road from Ohio 42 to Village Woods Drive
- Four Mile Road between I-275 and Kellogg
- Idaho Street
Parking in downtown Cincinnati south of Third Street remains a challenge with some parking spots and parking garages still under water.
Parking remains unavailable at Longworth Hall and parking garages at The Banks.
Parking is open at Lot A at Third and Central, city officials said. So is the East Garage.
Central Riverfront Garage also is open to monthly parkers through the below entrances, according to Cincinnati police.