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Project Pemberville Road Improvement, Troy Township Wood County

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Peloton Output Park, the first U.S. factory of Pelotons, has chosen Troy Township as their new site. The project has over 200 acres and one million square feet of manufacturing and administrative space. The manufacturing side will focus on the production of the Peloton Bikes, Bike+, and Peloton Tread. Operations will use renewable energy resources and contain some of the most advanced technology.

Peloton is bringing 2,174 new jobs in many different areas across the company. Peloton Output Park will also be open to the general public through tours, a showroom, and the ability to test out the products.

“The pandemic has demonstrated the need to on-shore manufacturing and rebuild supply chains, and Peloton’s decision to build its first North American manufacturing facility in Ohio is a great example of an American company stepping up and leading that effort.” said Ohio Governor Mike DeWine. The project will spur additional jobs with an estimated 89 new jobs within one mile of the project area.

To make this site fully functional, it is imperative that the surrounding transportation infrastructure be updated. ODOT’s Jobs & Commerce is funding the initiative to install new traffic signals at the intersection of Pemberville Road and the south bound exit ramp of US20. The intersection of Pemberville Road and Eastwood Road will also be improved to optimize efficiency for the plant. Peloton also estimates that there will be 450 tractor trailers per day traveling these access roads.

This project has been a collaboration between many different agencies: ODOT Jobs & Commerce, Wood County Economic Development Commission, Ohio Rail Development Commission, and Ohio Department of Development.

ODOT’s Jobs & Commerce is focused on providing transportation infrastructure investments that support job creation, job retention and economic development opportunities. The Office of Jobs & Commerce engages businesses and local communities to understand their transportation infrastructure needs while collaborating with local economic development professionals such as Jobs Ohio and the Ohio Department of Development to provide solutions.