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ODOT seeks comments about five projects

The Ohio Department of Transportation District 7 is seeking public comments regarding the following projects:

Derr Road Corridor Improvements, PID 104833 – PROJECT UPDATE: The City of Springfield has suspended the plan development for the Derr Road Corridor Improvements. (Link to Letter)

Shank Road Bridge Replacement, PID 113925 - The Montgomery County Engineer proposes to replace the existing bridge carrying Shank Road (TR-44) over Opossum Creek in the City of Moraine.  The project is necessary to address the deteriorated condition of the bridge.  The project is expected to begin Spring 2026 and require up to six months to construct.

West Avenue Bridge Replacement, PID 116012- The City of Kettering proposes to replace the existing bridge carrying West Avenue over a Branch of Little Beaver Creek.  The project is necessary to address the deteriorated condition of the existing bridge.  The project is expected to begin in Spring/Summer 2024.

West Stroop Sidewalks Phase 2, PID 113340- The City of Kettering proposes to address gaps in the sidewalk system on the north side of Stroop Road, from Stonebridge Road to Ridgeway Road.  The City proposes to provide a 5-foot wide walk connecting existing sidewalk segments and to upgrade curb ramps within the corridor as needed.  A width of a 4-foot to 5-foot wide curb/lawn will be provided.  Some segments of the corridor will require construction of retaining walls north of the walk.  The project is expected to begin in Spring/Summer 2025.

Lock Two Road Bridge Replacement, PID 117346 - The Shelby County Engineer proposes to replace the existing Lock 2 Road (Township Road 29) bridge over Loramie Creek in Dinsmore Township. The project is necessary to address the deteriorated condition of the bridge. The project is expected to begin in Summer 2023.

Additional information regarding the above projects is available on the ODOT PROJECTS page. You can easily search for each of the above projects by entering the project’s unique PID number into the “Search by Keyword” filter. 

Comments may be submitted by contacting the individual below.  Issues the public may wish to comment on include but are not limited to, the effect of the project on local residents, air quality, the local economy, and historic or cultural resources. Comments should be submitted by Sunday, July 31, 2022. 

Those interested in giving feedback on the above project can submit their comments to Tricia Bishop at 937-497-6721.