The Ohio Department of Transportation District 7 is seeking public comments regarding the following projects:
DAR-36/121-0825/1265, PID 110475 – ODOT wishes to remind the public that comments on this project are requested by May 15, 2020. Comments may be submitted and the online presentation may be viewed at the following link: https://transportation.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/odot/projects/projects/110475
MOT-201-0418, PID 110484 - The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) has proposed a project to upgrade the traffic signal at the intersection of State Route 201 (Brandt Pike) and Needmore Road. The project is intended to improve safety at the intersection by addressing some factors contributing to the higher than predicated crash rate.
MOT-Brookville Safe Routes to Schools, PID 110783 - The City of Brookville proposes to undertake pedestrian improvements in the vicinity of the Brookville school facilities. The project is necessary to improve walking routes for students.
MOT-Hewitt Bikeway Connector, PID 105751 - The City of Kettering and the City of Centerville are planning to construct the Hewitt Avenue Bikeway Connector. This project was included on the 01/23/2020 press release seeking public input. Following initial public involvement, it was found the proposed improvements will require minor right-of-way acquisition from land associated with the Iron Horse Trail, to allow for construction and to bring existing sidewalk facilities into the public right-of-way. This acquisition is considered a de minimis impact on the Iron Horse Trail.
MOT-Home Avenue Bikeway, PID 108351 – The City of Dayton proposes to improve bicycle access on Home Avenue and Broadway Street through various roadway treatments, including sharrows, bike lanes, and bumpouts. The project will require parking restrictions on portions of the project corridor.
Additional information regarding the above project is available at the following link: http://www.dot.state.oh.us/districts/D07/PlanningandEngineering/Pages/Environmental.aspx
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 Friday, May 29, 2020.
Those interested in giving feedback on the above project can submit their comments to Tricia Bishop at 937-497-6721