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I-77 Pavement Replacement

Roadway Major Rehab

Project Status

  1. Proposed

  2. In Development

  3. Pre-construction

  4. Construction

  5. Completion

About the Project

Replace the pavement of I-77 from approximately the CSX bridge to State Route 14 (Broadway Ave). Work will include replacing the median barrier, upgrading the drainage, and widening the shoulders where possible. Work includes replacing the IR-77 bridge over Morgana Run.

Chard Avenue Pedestrian Bridge

The Chard Avenue Pedestrian Bridge does not meet current design standards and will be impacted by the project.

ODOT has developed a survey to gather information about how the current Chard Avenue Pedestrian Bridge is used and how to address impacts from the I-77 project.

Take the Survey

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Public comments regarding our projects are always welcome!

This section is for frequently asked questions and project-related questions. You may notice that some projects require one or more formal comment period(s) with deadlines for comments to be considered during certain phase(s) of the project development process. Typically called the “public comment period," this is when ODOT asks the public for input before an important decision needs to be made, such as choosing a preferred alternative. You may notice these periods generally occur immediately following a public meeting.

All comments received, regardless of when or how they are submitted, will be reviewed and considered and/or responded to by the ODOT project team. Comments received through this forum will, when appropriate, be publicly posted along with ODOT’s response; Such comments will be moderated to remove personal information prior to posting.

Please let us know if you have questions, and thank you for your interest and input on the project! 

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