U.S. 35 Superstreet
About the Project
In an effort to improve congestion and safety at the intersections of U.S. 35 at township Road 48 (Factory Road) and at township Road 1217 (Orchard Lane), ODOT will construct two new innovative intersections called superstreets.
Previous studies of the U.S. 35 corridor in Greene County recommended eliminating the at-grade intersections and constructing interchanges to convert the four-lane route to a limited access facility in order to improve traffic safety, efficiency and flow. However, funding constraints have dictated the department consider lower-cost options to move a project forward that will improve safety while meeting current and future traffic demands.
As a result, ODOT developed the U.S. 35 Superstreet project to eliminate the at-grade crossings at the Factory Road and Orchard Lane intersections. Local funding has been made available for this project, and partners have included the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission, Beavercreek Township, Greene County Engineer, city of Beavercreek and Federal Highway Administration.
Construction on the $14.9 million project is under way and is expected to continue through late Spring 2022.
For current and upcoming traffic impacts related to this project, visit U.S. 35 Superstreet Traffic Impacts.
A superstreet is a non-traditional, signalized intersection that can provide more capacity than a traditional intersection. Traffic movements in superstreet intersections prohibit side-street (minor cross street) traffic to turn left or go straight through the mainline intersection, much like a Restricted Crossing U-Turn (RCUT). Instead, motorists will turn right and do a legal U-turn at a nearby one-way, signalized median crossover to follow their desired path.
By allowing for a more efficient movement of traffic, superstreets reduce congestion, cut down on delays and limit collision opportunities. Typically, a superstreet intersection reduces the total conflict points from 32 to only 14 or 8, depending upon the precise design or style, and these potential conflicts are most often lower in severity than those at a traditional intersection.
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