I-75 Thru the Valley
About I-75 Thru The Valley
The I-75 Thru the Valley project began in May of 2004 and involves the widening and reconstruction of I-75 from Paddock Road to I-275 in Hamilton County. The goals of this project are to improve safety and ease congestion on I-75, increase regional mobility, and provide transportation solutions that are compatible with local land use plans.
Currently, Phases 1 and 2 are under construction. Multiple other phases are expect to follow in future years. The timeline and cost estimates below are approximate and are subject to change.
Phases 1 and 2
UNDER CONSTRUCTION NOW • SUMMER 2017 – FALL 2020 • $90 MILLION
Reconstruct I-75 from Shepherd Lane to Glendale-Milford Road, adding a fourth lane in each direction. The project also includes reconstruction of the Shepherd Lane interchange and the reconstruction and realignment of Neumann Way.
FALL 2023 – SUMMER 2025 • $39-49 MILLION
Reconstruct I-75 between bridge over the Mill Creek and state Route 126 (Ronald Reagan Highway), adding a fourth lane in each direction.
FALL 2022 – FALL 2024 • $22-32 MILLION
Replace the Norfolk Southern Railroad bride and realign the exit ramp to Galbraith Road.
SPRING 2024 – SPRING 2025 • $63-73 MILLION
Reconstruct southbound I-75 from Shepherd Lane to Galbraith Road, adding a fourth lane. Construct a collector-distributor road to provide ramps to and from Anthony Wayne Avenue and Galbraith Road.
SPRING 2027 – SPRING 2030 • $125-135 MILLION
Reconstruct northbound I-75 from Galbraith Road to Shepherd Lane, adding a fourth lane. Construct a ramp from westbound state Route 126 (Ronald Reagan Highway) to northbound I-75
This phase no longer exists, as its work has been absorbed into other phases.
SPRING 2022 – FALL 2023 • $35-45 MILLION
Reconstruct I-75 from Glendale-Milford Road to the Kemper Road overpass, adding a fourth lane in each direction and adding capacity at the Sharon Road interchange and at Sharon Road and Chester Road.
Current traffic impacts
I-75 between Shepherd Lane and Glendale-Milford Road will experience overnight lane restrictions through the work zone. Through traffic on I-75 southbound should remain in the left three lanes; exiting traffic to Glendale-Milford Road and Shepherd Lane should keep right. The exits for Glendale-Milford Road and Shepherd Lane are both currently located at Exit 14.
The following ramps are currently closed as part of the project:
- The I-75 southbound collector entrance and exit ramps are closed. Traffic is detoured onto Magnolia Drive and Mangham Drive back to I-75 southbound.
For current traffic and construction information within the work zone, visit OHGO.com.
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