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I-75/SR 725 interchange improvements

Intersection Improvement (Safety)

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The Ohio Department of Transportation (in cooperation with our partners at the Montgomery County Transportation Improvement District, the City of Miamisburg, the City of West Carrollton, and the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission) proposes to undertake improvements at the Interstate 75/State Route 725 Interchange to improve safety. The I-75/SR 725 corridor experiences a high crash rate and has consistently ranked in the top ten crash locations on ODOT’s Highway Safety Improvement Program list.  Between 2016 and 2018, there were 170 crashes, including one fatality and 38 injury crashes.  The purpose of the project is to address conditions within the corridor that are contributing to the high crash rate.  The project also provides an opportunity to improve pedestrian access in this commercial area.  

Currently, ODOT proposes to convert the Interstate 75/State Route 725 interchange from a traditional diamond interchange to a diverging diamond interchange, upgrade the traffic signals between the State Route 725/Byers Road intersection and the State Route 725/Mall Woods/Prestige Plaza intersection, and install a sidewalk from Byers Road to State Route 741.

We have posted an online video presentation below with more details about the planned improvements. A project handout and comment form, as well as other project information, can be accessed by clicking the yellow “Additional Project Files” button. 

Public Meeting Presentation

DDI Testimonial

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