U.S. 33/Johnson Rd. intersection improvements
About the project
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is proposing closing the Johnson Rd. connection to US 33 in the construction season of 2021. The median at the intersection would be closed and the existing left turn lanes would be removed. The River Rd. connection would remain as a right in-right out. Traffic formerly using the intersection would use the SR 682 interchange and the SR 682 corridor through The Plains.
Between 2009 and 2018, there were 26 crashes at this intersection. The project aims to reduce the number of conflict points at the intersection, therefore reducing the risk of severe crashes.
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