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SR 15/CR 169 intersection improvements

Intersection Improvement (Safety)

Project Status

  1. Proposed

  2. In Development

  3. Pre-construction

  4. Construction

  5. Completion

ODOT is proposing a project to improve safety at the intersection of State Route 15 and County Road 169 by removing access to State Route 15 and constructing an overpass bridge. The purpose of the project is to control access to the divided highway, improve safety, and reduce crashes. 

An online presentation to introduce the project and gather community input will be available on this webpage beginning on Wednesday, September 1, 2021, and remain available for an indefinite period of time.

Presentation Flyer

Project Fact Sheet

Mail-in comment form

Project partners

Hancock County Engineer's Office

Douglas E. Cade, P.E., P.S.

Project location

In Hancock County, the State Route 15/County Road 169 interchange is located just west of the village of Vanlue, approximately nine miles east of the city of Findlay, near the Wyandot and Seneca County line.

Map of project location near the village of Vanlue

Project Presentation

Accommodation requests 

Comments and requests for interpretation services or other reasonable accommodations, can be submitted through the project website, or by mail, email, and phone to the following contact:

Project Manager: Robert Hissong, P.E.

Phone: 419-999-6896

Email: Robert.Hissong@dot.ohio.gov


Comments should be submitted by October 1, 2021, to be documented in the public input summary report, which will include responses to all comments submitted during the 30-day period; however, ODOT will respond to all comments received at any time. Public participation in this project is solicited without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability.

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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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