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Ohio DOT’s TRAC Approves Final List of Major New Projects

COLUMBUS, OH — The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) will invest an additional $398 million into major new projects over the next four years. ODOT’s Transportation Review Advisory Council, known as TRAC, approved the final funding list during a meeting in Columbus. This investment is a direct result of the transportation budget approved by the Ohio General Assembly and signed into law by Gov. Mike DeWine last April.

The projects receiving construction funding are:

  • $38 million for widening of I-75 (Phase 8 of Through the Valley)
  • $79 million for widening of I-475 and construction of a new interchange at U.S. 20A
  • $38 million for intersection and interchange improvements along SR-32 (Eastern Corridor Segment 4A)
  • $10 million for construction of northbound express lanes on I-71 between Stringtown Road and I-270
  • $65 million for widening and interchange improvements along I-77 from Arlington Road to I-77, I-277 and U.S. 224
  • $8 million for interchange improvements to U.S. 40 and Dayton International Airport Access Road
  • $73 million for interchange improvements at I-270 and I-70 (Phase 1 of the Far East Freeway)
  • $18 million for widening of SR-18 between the City of Medina and I-71
  • $8 million for improvements to the U.S. 36 and SR-37 intersection and associated railroad bridge replacement
  • $4.3 million for improvements to the U.S. 33 and SR-161 Interchange, bringing TRAC’s total to commitment for construction of this project to $11.3 million

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