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ODOT reveals top 2017 road projects
 
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CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Local 12 News got a first look Thursday afternoon, March 30, at the major road projects coming this construction season. Orange barrels were already popping up around southwest Ohio as the 2017 construction season starts. Some new projects were on the drawing board, like a full interchange at I-71 and Western Row Road. Others were nearing completion. For years, there was only a northbound exit ramp to Western Row Road. Prep work was already underway on making that a full interchange. Southbound ramps to and from Western Row will give drivers another option in and out of Kings Island. Despite opposition from neighbors, plans were underway to complete Innovation Way, which will cut right through Kingswood Park in Deerfield Township. While dog walkers may not be happy, it will make for easier access to businesses. In Hamilton County, work was winding down on the $31 million Lytle Tunnel project. It should be completed by June 2017. Also on I-71 was the new Martin Luther King Jr interchange; also in the home stretch. The new MLK interchange will have a huge impact and should be completed by August or September 2017. Other projects wrapping up were the I-75 Hopple Project at the end of June. But then work will begin on I-75 through the G.E. corridor. That will start in May 2017, and be more than a three-year project. In southwest Ohio there will be 124 active projects totaling $457 million.
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ODOT kicks off road construction season
 
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ODOT kicks off road construction season
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ODOT expects projects to bring roads into top 5 in country
 
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One road construction project should help fans get to OU football games easier.
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ODOT investing $2.3 billion in bridges and roads for construction season
 
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The Ohio Department of Transportation announced it’ll be spending $2.3 billion in the next construction season on bridges and roads in the state. http://bit.ly/2njHhiN
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Local construction company at standstill as ODOT suspends projects
 
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After ODOT announced last week it would suspend about a dozen highway projects due to budgetary uncertainties. the department still combing through a list of about 80 other projects to consider stopping. Jay Lemon, President of Haskell Lemon Construction, says his company is now at a standstill. SSubscribe to KOCO on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1lGfjIl Get more Oklahoma City news: http://koco.com/ Like us:http://facebook.com/koco5 Follow us: http://twitter.com/koconews Google+: https://plus.google.com/+KOCO/posts
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State Road Widening Project
 
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This video of a project to widen State Road in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, was taken on Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2013. The project is being handled by the Ohio Department of Transportation.
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Residents question ODOT
 
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Hocking County residents met with Ohio Department of Transportation representatives Monday afternoon to discuss the potential commercial development of two rest areas along U.S. 33. A heated exchange took place.
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Cincinnati-area road projects get $3B in funding
 
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All of the construction projects were set into motion by Gov. John Kasich's $3 billion transportation plan for southwest Ohio.
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New stoplight will reduce traffic
 
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By Whitney Clark/KTVL.comMEDFORD, Ore. -- A news stoplight is going up on a busy road in Medford to reduce traffic and keep drivers safe.The light is being built on the corner of Ross Lane and Rossanley. ODOT says it's being paid for by the Northgate Marketplace.Gary Leaming with ODOT says the construction of the light will cost about $300,000. He says the development company is paying for it in addition to a number of road improvements in our area.Leaming says it is common for commercial properties to improve the roads as the new shops bring in more cars and traffic to the area.That is a good thing for tax payers, Leaming said. Because the developers are on the hook to pay for the traffic they bring to the area -- whether it's on a state highway, county road or city street.Construction on the light has already begun, Leaming said, and should be finished after Memorial Day.Other improvements Northgate is making include improving the turning lane at Biddle Road and McAndrews. It is also adding a sidewalk on McAndrews between Court and Central.
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Route 10 Superstreet Traffic Simulation
 
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The Route 10 Widening project in Chesterfield County, Virginia utilizes an innovative intersection design called a superstreet, which eliminates the thru and left-turn movements of the minor cross-streets and instead requires those movements to turn right and U-turn a short distance away. The superstreet design is a favorable alternative to roads with wide existing medians and heavy thru and left movements from the major thoroughfare. In comparison to a conventional intersection, this superstreet concept increases driver safety as well as traffic capacity, while maintaining comparable property impacts and construction costs. This simulation reflects actual proposed roadway geometry imported from MicroStation and InRoads and design-year traffic volumes/movements as analyzed in VISSIM.
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Construction Season Begins with Clyo Road Closure
 
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WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP -- Expect delays as road closures begin in Washington Township. Clyo Road between Rooks Road and Spring Valley Pike is now closed, as the county works to widen the street in that area. Barricades have been in place for several days as workers prepare to begin work this week. During the early morning and evening commute, Clyo Road tends to get very congested, and this project should help ease some of the traffic, once completed. The first phase of construction will last about two months. Detour signs are in place on Nutt Road, South Main Street and Spring Valley Pike. Depending on traffic, going around the closure will add about five extra minutes to your commute. Montgomery County Engineer Paul Gruner says he is already getting an earful from frustrated drivers, but says they are doing their best to minimize the trees being removed. After the first phase of the project, the entire intersection will be closed. The closure is needed to install a traffic signal and left turn lanes. The construction area will not completely re-open until December 2014.
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Construction season kicks off on SR 93
 
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ODOT District 4 kicked off the 2013 construction season with a $7.9 million widening project along State Route 93, Manchester Road.
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Project 57-15 Timelapse Video
 
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US 6 Roadway (West Shoreway) ODOT PROJECT 57-15 Cleveland, OH This high-profile project consists of the conversion of the existing West Shoreway/US 6 into a picturesque boulevard by widening and resurfacing the roadway while constructing a center median with landscaping and lighting from Lake Avenue to W. 25th Street. The project includes storm sewer drainage, aggregate base, asphalt and concrete paving, retaining walls consisting of drilled shaft with concrete lagging, removal and replacement of the US 6 Bridge over Lake Avenue with a three-sided precast arch, and the construction of a multi-use path. The project has been in planning with ODOT and the City of Cleveland for over 10 years and will provide a dramatic and efficient gateway for commuters, pedestrians and bicyclists to access downtown Cleveland and Edgewater Lakefront Park and marinas.
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ODOT Commission Meeting, November 7, 2016
 
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November Commission Wrap-Up: County road and bridge plan approved, ODOT’s progress on rail improvements noted, $71.7 million in contracts awarded Highlights of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission’s Monday, Nov. 7 meeting include a report on the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s bridge inspections following a Payne County earthquake, approval of the updated plan of major county projects and an update on ODOT’s rail crossing improvement initiative. Contracts were awarded for a project on the I-44 Belle Isle Bridge, bridge rehabilitation on I-44 and I-40 in Oklahoma County, traffic signal improvements in Cleveland County and US-270 in Dewey County. Executive Director Mike Patterson reported on ODOT’s response to Sunday night’s 5.0 magnitude earthquake near Cushing. Crews conducted visual inspections of 110 highway bridges within a 30-mile radius of the earthquake’s epicenter and also assisted with inspection of City of Cushing bridges. While minor damage to city utilities impacted SH-18 traffic in Cushing, no damage to any bridges was found. The commission approved the State Fiscal Year 2017-2021 County Improvements for Roads and Bridges work plan, which contains more than $933 million in dedicated federal, state, local and tribal funds for major county road and bridge construction projects administered by ODOT. The plan addresses 439 county bridges and nearly 800 miles of county roads with major reconstruction or rehabilitation. Of the bridges, 325 are either rated structurally deficient or functionally obsolete. A list of projects in the five-year CIRB plan can be found online at www.odot.org under What’s New, ODOT Publications. “Since it began 10 years ago, the CIRB program has been a great partnership between the state and the counties because it addresses the major projects that no single county would have the resources to undertake,” Patterson said. “We also greatly appreciate the involvement of Oklahoma’s tribal governments, who continue to be very engaged on county roads just like they are on highway projects.” Patterson also updated the commission on the agency’s ongoing effort to improve hundreds of rail crossings statewide using a combination of state and federal funds and proceeds from the 2014 sale of state-owned rail line. In fall 2015, ODOT announced a list of about 300 rail crossings statewide that would be improved within a three-year timeframe. To date, $48 million has been dedicated to improve 165 rail crossings on highways, city streets and county roads. The commission voted to awarded a nearly $3.8 million contract for a preventative maintenance project to seal the expansion joints on the I-44 Belle Isle bridge in Oklahoma City. This project will help preserve the bridge by keeping salt and water from corroding the structural steel and concrete below as ODOT continues a long-range study of options for future removal of the bridge. Commissioners approved a contract for rehabilitation of the N.W. 12th St., N.W. 23rd St. and N.W. 36th St. bridges over I-44 near the State Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City in addition to the Scott St. bridge over I-40 in Del City. Several bridges over I-44 in the area are currently being rehabilitated as part of a separate project. They also awarded several contracts for traffic signal improvements in Norman using federal funds and a more than $6 million contract to reconstruct and widen nearly four miles of US-270 near Seiling in Dewey County as part of the ongoing effort to expand the corridor to four lanes south of Woodward. In all, commissioners awarded 41 contracts totaling $71.7 million to improve bridges, highways, interstates and roads in 25 counties. Contracts were awarded for projects in Alfalfa, Bryan, Love, Cherokee, Cimarron, Cleveland, Craig, Creek, Dewey, Ellis, Greer, Harper, Johnston, Kay, Lincoln, Muskogee, Noble, Oklahoma, Ottawa, Osage, Rogers, Sequoyah, Texas, Tulsa and Wagoner counties. A list of all awarded contracts can be found by visiting www.odot.org/contracts, selecting the October letting and clicking Go and then Award. The eight-member panel, appointed by the governor to oversee the state’s transportation development, awards project contracts for road and bridge construction every month. The next regular meeting is scheduled for 11 a.m. Monday, Dec. 5. Contracts, bid information, the commission’s monthly agenda and project details may be viewed at www.odot.org.
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ODOT Commission Meeting- January 3, 2018
 
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Highlights of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission’s Wednesday, Jan. 3 meeting include an update on major interstate work in the Oklahoma City metro area on I-40 and I-235, reflection on major events affecting transportation in the past year, progress of the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program and approval of an engineering contract for the I-40 interchange in Clinton. Oklahoma Department of Transportation Executive Director Mike Patterson informed the Commission that roadwork is beginning this weekend on I-40 between I-240 and Peebly Rd. which will widen I-40 to six lanes and reconstruct the interchange at Choctaw Rd. Construction on the up to $75 million project is expected to take more than two years. Also announced was a future weekend closure of I-235 in late January for an on-going construction project at N. 50th St. Crews will close all lanes of the interstate while moving in an overhead railroad bridge into place. The event date, currently targeted for the weekend of Jan. 20 or Jan. 27, will be determined as the initial weekend approaches as it is dependent on weather conditions among many other factors. The three day event will be live streaming online and seating will be provided on site for those interested. Detailed information about the I-40 and I-235 lane closures and alternate routes will be issued by ODOT and made available online at www.odot.org under Traffic and Travel. Patterson highlighted several major transportation news items from 2017 with an emphasis on the impact of state funding cuts to the Eight-Year Construction Work Plan. The department was forced to delay projects and even take the unprecedented action of removing projects from the plan due to $840 million in cumulative state funding reductions in the past seven years. "In the past we’ve been able to adjust projects within the Eight-Year Plan to maintain a balanced budget, but this is the first year we’ve actually had to remove them due to budget reductions. We told the Legislature in 2016 that if we had to take another reduction this would happen," Executive Director Patterson said. "Removing projects, while difficult, was the fiscally responsible thing to do. When you have less money you have to make adjustments and keep focus." Other highlights included the department's endeavors toward more safety measures to reduce the number of fatalities statewide like installing centerline rumble strips and the energies toward the department's Work Zone Awareness campaign. He touched on expediting the Lexington Purcell bridge reconstruction and the continued efforts to address remaining structurally deficient highway bridges. The full 2017 Year in Review can be found at https://www.ok.gov/odot/Year_in_Review_2017.html. Commissioners approved the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program to be forwarded to the Federal Highway and Federal Transit Administrations for formal and final approval. The STIP is a detailed list of regionally significant construction projects anticipated for the next four federal fiscal years. The STIP includes the first four years of highway projects in ODOT’s Eight-Year Construction Work Plan and federally funded projects by the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments, tribal governments and public transit providers. Commissioners gave their approval for a $528,900 engineering contract to prepare construction plans to modify the interchange at the I-40 and I-40B west junction in Clinton. The project is included in the Eight-Year Construction Work Plan with a scheduled let date in federal fiscal year 2024 for a total estimate of $20 million. Since ODOT does not typically advertise new highway construction projects for bid in December, no construction contracts were awarded by the commission this month. The eight-member panel, appointed by the governor to oversee the state’s transportation development, meets monthly. The next meeting is scheduled for Feb. 12 at 11 a.m. Contracts, bid information, the commission’s monthly agenda and project details may be viewed at www.odot.org.
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ODOT Commission Meeting- October 2, 2017
 
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October Commission Wrap-Up: Major I-40 interchange and widening in eastern Oklahoma County moves forward, Eight-year Plan adopted, $118 million in contracts awarded Highlights of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission’s Monday, Oct. 2 meeting include approval of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s rebalanced Eight-year Construction Work Plan, a report on the impacts of state funding cuts on planned projects, award of a major project on I-40 at Choctaw Rd. in Oklahoma County and action on placement of signs for memorial highways and bridges designated by the legislature. The commission voted unanimously to approve ODOT’s Eight-year Plan for Federal Fiscal Years 2018-2025. Due to $840 million in cumulative state funding reductions in the last seven years, ODOT delayed projects and even removed projects from the plan for the first time since the plan’s inception in 2003. Overall, 40 construction projects totaling more than $204 million were removed from the updated Eight-year Plan and about 42 percent of all programmed projects are being delayed one or more years. Additionally, several projects have been significantly reduced in scope in order to stretch funding as far as possible. The Asset Preservation Plan for State Fiscal Years 2018-2021 was also presented as a companion to the Eight-year Plan. The plan contains preventative maintenance projects designed to extend the life of highways and bridges. Executive Director Mike Patterson noted that since 2003, ODOT’s Eight-year Plan has been very successful in reducing the number of structurally deficient highway bridges, rebuilding much of the interstate system and addressing major urban interchanges and highway corridors without political influence on project selection. However, he noted that the updated plan lacks the resources to adequately address other pressing needs, including pavement conditions and lack of paved shoulders on rural highways. Even with the progress made on structurally deficient bridges, Patterson said that ODOT still needs to replace or rehabilitate about 90 bridges each year just to keep up with the aging infrastructure system. The commission voted to award a contract for an up to $75 million project to reconstruct I-40 at Choctaw Rd. to a full diamond interchange and widen I-40 to six lanes from I-240 to Peebly Rd. in eastern Oklahoma County. Work is expected to begin early next year and take more than two years to complete. This is one of several planned projects to reconstruct and widen the interstate to six lanes between I-240 and Shawnee, improving pavement conditions and addressing growing congestion and truck traffic. Commissioners took action on a consent docket item approving memorial sign placements at several locations designated by the legislature earlier this year, including the “Representative David Brumbaugh Memorial Bridge” on SH-51 (Broken Arrow Expressway) in Tulsa County and the “Officer Justin Terney Memorial Highway” on US-177 in Pottawatomie County. The commission also awarded a nearly $3 million contract for rehabilitation of the US-75 bridge over I-44, Southwest Blvd. and railroad in Tulsa and a more than $13 million contract to reconstruct SH-58 in Carnegie in Caddo County. Commissioners voted to award 22 contracts totaling more than $118 million to improve highways, roads and bridges in 19 counties. Contracts were awarded for projects in Adair, Atoka, Blaine, Caddo, Cimarron, Coal, Comanche, Craig, Garvin, Kay, Muskogee, Oklahoma, Osage, Pittsburg, Pottawatomie, Sequoyah, Tillman, Tulsa and Washita counties. A list of all awarded contracts may be found by visiting www.odot.org/contracts, selecting the September 2017 letting and clicking Go and then Award. The eight-member panel, appointed by the governor to oversee the state’s transportation development, awards project contracts for road and bridge construction every month. The commission’s next regular meeting is scheduled for 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 6. Contracts, bid information, the commission’s monthly agenda and project details can be viewed at www.odot.org.
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ODOT completes Interstate 75/475 project
 
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$67 million project is expected to ease congestion on the roads near Promedica Hospital For the latest News-Weather-Sports updates visit: http://www.northwestohio.com Follow WNWO on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/northwestohio Follow WNWO on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/wnwotv Follow WNWO on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wnwotv
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ODOT Holds Public Meeting on S.R. 235 Changes
 
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CLARK COUNTY -- A new state transportation project is focused on improving safety at one of the area's most dangerous intersections: State Route 235 and Ohio 41 in New Carlisle. Last year, we investigated the history of the intersection, and found there is a fatal crash at the intersection at least once every two years. The Ohio Department of Transportation wants to make changes to the roads, including creating a pedestrian island across S.R. 235. They also want to modify the stop lights and eliminate a few entry ways. But not everyone is happy about the changes and new design. Business owners are worried about access to their stores. ''We do have a pedestrian problem because of the apartment complex behind Ranchers," Dave Closey, from the Park Layne Sunoco station told us. ''I can see where they're changing the access points proposed for that which will help, they're also going to change access point for major businesses like The Melody, Fulmers and it's going to impact and hurt. People want easy in, easy out.'' If you want more information about ODOT's plans for the area, they are accepting comments on their website.
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ODOT Commission Meeting- March 5, 2018
 
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March Commission Wrap-Up: Importance of County Improvements for Roads and Bridges program highlighted; nearly $87 million in contracts awarded Highlights of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission’s Monday, March 5 meeting include an update on major work requiring weekend closures of I-235 in Oklahoma City and a briefing on legislative and funding issues, including the status of the County Improvements for Roads and Bridges program. Commissioners approved contracts for projects on I-235 and I-44 in Oklahoma City, US-169 near Owasso and US-75 in Tulsa. Also awarded were contracts for improvements to US-81 in Kingfisher County, US-77 in Garvin County and I-44 in Comanche County. Oklahoma Department of Transportation Executive Director Mike Patterson updated the commission on the work to hang the beams for the new N. 50th St. bridge over I-235 in Oklahoma City that required closure of the interstate over the previous weekend. He noted that a previously planned closure for the upcoming weekend to remove the old BNSF railroad bridge over I-235 would be delayed due to additional coordination with the railroad company and site preparation required. The full closure will now likely take place in early April. This work is part of on-going reconstruction and widening of the interstate to six lanes. Patterson reported on the status of the County Improvements for Roads and Bridges fund which receives an annual allocation of state funding to help match federal and local funding for major county projects and is administered by ODOT. Since creation of the CIRB program in 2006, major construction has been performed on 496 county bridges and 662 miles of county roads. Unfortunately, the program has taken significant funding cuts since 2015 with a total of $230 million transferred out of the CIRB fund to help balance the state budget. “While no future projects have been removed from the five-year CIRB plan due to these funding reductions so far, the cuts have put the CIRB fund in the red and in the position that progress will be slowed on contracts for planned county projects going forward.” Patterson said. Finally, Patterson commended ODOT crews who worked around the clock during recent winter weather and flooding events in several parts of the state. He noted that the freeze and thaw cycles and the recent rainfall has exacerbated already deteriorated highway pavement conditions statewide, causing ODOT workers to be very busy repairing roadways damaged with potholes. Commissioners voted to award contracts for the widening of the northbound I-235 off-ramp to N. 23rd St. and rehabilitation of the westbound I-44 bridge/ramp over SH-66 and SH-74 in Oklahoma City. Contracts were approved for Tulsa area projects including resurfacing of more than three miles of US-169 near Owasso and rehabilitation of the Peoria Ave. bridge over US-75 in Tulsa. The commission also awarded contracts for reconstruction of more than three miles of US-81 near Kingfisher, replacement of the US-77 bridge over the Washita River near Wynnewood and resurfacing of more than three miles of I-44 in Lawton. Commissioners voted to award 54 contracts totaling nearly $87 million to improve highways, roads and bridges in 35 counties. Contracts were awarded for projects in Adair, Caddo, Canadian, Cherokee, Comanche, Cotton, Craig, Creek, Delaware, Garvin, Grady, Harper, Jackson, Kay, Kingfisher, Kiowa, Lincoln, Major, Marshall, Mayes, Muskogee, Noble, Oklahoma, Osage, Pawnee, Pittsburg, Roger Mills, Seminole, Sequoyah, Texas, Tulsa, Washington, Washita, Woods and Woodward counties. A list of all awarded contracts may be found by visiting www.odot.org/contracts, selecting the February 2018 letting and clicking Go and then Award. The eight-member panel, appointed by the governor to oversee the state’s transportation development, awards project contracts for road and bridge construction every month. The commission’s next regular meeting is scheduled for 11 a.m. Monday, April 2. Contracts, bid information, the commission’s monthly agenda and project details can be viewed at www.odot.org.
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New MLK/I-71 interchange overlooks non-motorists, transit advocates warn
 
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After more than three years of work, Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive will finally have its facelift. But some are worried that the road's redesign didn't do enough to think about non-motorists. "(The Ohio Department of Transportation's) name isn't 'Department of Highways,'" said Derek Bauman, public transit advocate, Over-the-Rhine resident, and candidate for City Council. "I'd like them to take all modes of transportation into account." The Ohio Department of Transportation is spearheading the $80 million MLK/Interstate 71 interchange project, which began in 2014. The project -- which included two new interstate entrance ramps, road widening, new traffic signals and a new bridge -- is expected to wrap up by the end of summer 2017. MLK Drive is one of the city's major cross-town connector corridors, linking both Interstates 71 and 75 and connecting Avondale, Walnut Hills, Evanston, Clifton and Camp Washington. The new ramps were the real impetus behind the project, said Brian Cunningham, spokesperson for ODOT's eighth district, which serves southwest Ohio. "It was problematic getting in and out of the area," Cunningham said. "Emergency responders had some problems getting to the hospitals." The University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Christ Hospital, and the Veterans' Affairs Hospital all sit in close proximity to MLK and I-71.
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ODOT officials to address Route 66 improvements near Arcadia, Luther
 
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Improving Route 66 could come with a big cost for some. The plan is to widen the roadway between Arcadia and Luther. ODOT representatives are speaking to a crowd Tuesday. Subscribe to KOCO on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1lGfjIl Get more Oklahoma City news: http://koco.com Like us:http://facebook.com/koco5 Follow us: http://twitter.com/koconews Google+: https://plus.google.com/+KOCO/posts
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SCDOT Route 170 Road Improvement Project: Construction Preparation
 
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SCDOT Route 170 Road Improvement Project: Construction Preparation Route 170 improvement is a widening of a section of the road in Bluffton S.C. From the south side of Route 278 to the Route 46 traffic circle, a main road to Old Town Bluffton. This clip is of the construction on the north end of the project. You will see the appearance of Route 170 in September 2010, April 3, 2013, and April 9, 2013. Another beautiful tree lined road in South Carolina is taken away in the name of progress. I will continue to report the progress of this project.
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Central Avenue Interchange Project Update
 
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For more information on this project or to sign up for the email updates visit: http://www.dot.state.oh.us/districts/... Thanks for watching our project update on Central Avenue at I-475. I'm Theresa Pollick for the Ohio Department of Transportation. Start with a recap of work since August of 2015, mainline traffic has been impacted on the shoulders with nighttime lane restrictions on I-475. We've also had some work done on the inside lanes of I-475. The noise wall foundations have been installed and traffic has now been put on the temporary ramps. Embankment work on the new bridge is underway, and now the work will begin on the new bridge. Although a lot of the work has been able to be performed in the nighttime, this year will have the biggest impact to traffic. Central Avenue between McCord Road and Holland Sylvania will be reduced to one lane in each direction. At least one access drive will be maintained to local businesses at all time, and turn lanes will be provided to ease traffic flow. Here is a map view of the impacted area on Central Avenue. These will be the lane restrictions from McCord Road to Holland Sylvania. With the new bridge being built, there will have to be some interchange ramp closures, however, these will be relatively short and occur sometime in September of 2016. We're looking at a five-day closure of the ramps from Central Avenue to and from northbound I-475, and a nine-day closure of the Central Avenue ramps to and from southbound I-475. These will be announced. Good news is the final lane configuration on Central Avenue and the new ramps will be open and traffic will be on the newly built bridge by the end of 2016. There will be some nighttime intermittent lane restrictions possible on I-475 and Central Avenue through September 2017, but the significant impact to traffic will end by the end of this construction year. There will be work going on adjacent to the project. First of all, we have the I-475/US 23 safety project beginning to wrap up by July of this year, but we also have resurfacing projects going on on I-475. East of the area, I-475 from US 23 to Douglas and also south of the Central Avenue project, I-475 from US 24 to Dorr Street. These should have minimal impact to traffic as the resurfacing will take place during the nighttime. There will also be a resurfacing project on Central Avenue from Centennial Road to the Lucas/Fulton County line. This map provides an overview of the entire project. As you can see, I-475 is being widened from approximately Dorr Street to US 23. And of course you have the mainline work, which is taking place on Central Avenue with the new interchange being built. And on top of the bridge will be northwest Ohio's first single point urban interchange. This traffic layout allows for all traffic to be controlled with just three signal phases, as you can see in the diagram [above]. This map shows a view of Central Avenue east of I-475 in its final configuration. And here's a view of what Central Avenue west of I-475 will look like once the project is completed. You can stay informed of all the lane restrictions and closures involved on the Central Avenue project. All you have to do is sign up on the District Two website. More information is provided on the link [above].
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The Miami Valley's Most Dangerous Roads
 
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MONTGOMERY COUNTY -- You probably drive all the time on some of the deadlist roads in the Miami Valley. Alex Bell and Mad River Roads are two of the busiest in Montgomery County. They're also two of the most dangerous. It's very narrow and hilly, up and down. I think it would be safer if it were widened, said Wilma School of Centerville. The roads weren't built to handle a lot of traffic. The area used to be rural. A lot of our problems with crashes are caused by too many driveways too close together in high traffic areas, Montgomery Co. Engineer Paul Gruner said. Gruner says a wider shoulder on Mad River may have prevented a 2011 accident that killed two University of dayton students. They ran off the road and into a tree. Gruner says the county is considering putting a stoplight at the intersection of Mad River and Alex Bell, but he adds that's the only feasible safety improvement. What they really need to do is widen the roads, but he says that would just cost too much money. There's only so much we can do and we don't have enough money to make major improvements everywhere, Gruner said. The county has improved some of the most dangerous roads like North Dixie by widening it to five lanes, which has reduced accidents. Needmore, Lyons, and Salem Ave. are also high on the dangerous road list, but right now there are no plans or money to make improvements. I don't think you can put a price tag on it if its going to save people's lives, said Noah Walkup of Troy. Walkup knows all too well about dangerous roads. His dad was killed in a crash at the intersection of S.R. 235 and S.R. 41 last summer. It's the most deadly intersection in Clark County. ODOT wants to build a $1.5 million roundabout at the intersection to make it safer. But some say that's too much money. Whether it's a million dollars, 5 million dollars or 10 million dollars, if it's going to save people's lives it's very important to spend the money, Walkup said. ODOT already has the money for the roundabout. Not the case with Montgomery Co. The county is hopeful it can find the money to eventually make some in improvements in the problem areas. While most accidents occur on interstates and roads with high traffic volumes, police say more than half of all *fatal* crashs occur on rural roads, because they tend to be more narrow and curvy yet still allow high speed limits. If you would like to learn more about car accident trends across the state, just click on News Links.
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Engineering Safety Video
 
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ODOT Traffic Devices Engineer Eric Leaming talks about what road designers are doing to help improve safety on Oregon's roadways. Find out what you can do at the website, http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/comm/pages/key_safety_messages.aspx.
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ODOT BNSF RAIL BRIDGE MOVE
 
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New bridge takes center stage as I-235 reopens, ‘Off Broadway’ work continues in Oklahoma City The curtain is up and I-235 in Oklahoma City is now open following the first bridge move of its kind in state history by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. The interstate was closed for nearly 60 hours to move two giant bridge spans into place and now the new BNSF railroad bridge is taking center stage in its new home above the interstate. This historic bridge move began Friday night, as all lanes of I-235 were closed between N. 36th St. and I-44 to prepare for the big show. On Saturday morning, self-propelled mobile transporters began inching the first of two 45-foot tall truss bridge spans weighing a total of 4-million pounds from their assembly site in the work zone to their final location about a quarter of a mile to the south, just south of N. 50th St. The second span began moving mid-Sunday morning and was fully installed by early Sunday evening. Northbound I-235 reopened to traffic Sunday night and southbound lanes opened early Monday in time for the morning commute. “We know this closure placed a tremendous burden on traffic in the area, and we can’t thank drivers enough for their patience,” ODOT Chief Engineer Casey Shell said. “The amazing teamwork between the project designers, Allen Contracting and American Bridge and ODOT workers to get all this in place over a weekend was truly a modern engineering marvel and something Oklahomans will long remember. “Specifically, we want to thank Allen Contracting for working tirelessly through Sunday night to beat expectations and reopen the interstate to traffic Monday for morning commuters — a full day earlier than the time allowed within their contract.” This marks the first time this type of bridge movement and installation has taken place in Oklahoma. Building the bridge truss structures near the highway and moving the fully assembled spans into place over the weekend greatly reduced the impact to traffic, requiring the interstate to be closed for a few days rather than several months if traditional bridge construction methods had been used. “This innovative bridge construction and installation method is a first for Oklahoma and saved drivers the inconvenience of several months of closures on I-235,” ODOT Bridge Engineer Steve Jacobi said. “Everyone involved with this effort did an excellent job executing the bridge move, which was a major milestone in this project.” This work is part of the nearly $88 million reconstruction and widening project on I-235 between N. 36th St. and I-44. While completion of this bridge move is a major accomplishment to celebrate, there is still a year left in this more than two-year-long project on I-235. Motorists can expect I-235 to be open with two lanes in each direction with reduced speed limits in the work zone through 2019. Drivers are encouraged to continue using their Off Broadway alternate routes such as I-35, I-44, SH-74/Lake Hefner Parkway and I-40. Once complete, I-235 will be widened to six lanes plus auxiliary lanes and receive ramp improvements and a significantly improved drainage system for the highway. This project is one of several phases to completely reconfigure the I-235/I-44/ US-77 (Broadway Ext.) interchange in Oklahoma City. In the coming weeks BNSF crews will begin laying track to connect the existing railroad line to the new structure, allowing for later removal of the old railroad bridge by ODOT’s contractor. The department provided a public viewing area off N. 50th St. that was enjoyed by an estimated 700 people throughout the weekend while more than 17,000 watched the bridge installation on ODOT’s live stream video at www.i235live.com. For those who missed the move, video and photos from the weekend are available at www.odot.org, and Twitter and Facebook @OKDOT.
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Perrysburg interchanges to close
 
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With construction on Interstate 75 about at the halfway point, drivers’ patience may be tested even more this year.‬ ‪As part of the project to add a third lane through Wood County, from Findlay to Perrysburg, the Ohio Department of Transportation plans as soon as May to close two of the I-75 interchanges in Perrysburg to replace aging bridges and pavement.‬ ‪Not only does the surface of the roadway need improvement, ODOT wants to eliminate the inefficient “weave” that requires northbound I-75 drivers who want to exit at Ohio 25 in Perrysburg to travel across several lanes in quick succession.‬ (Video by J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
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Ulmerton Road traffic shifted for construction project
 
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Ulmerton Road traffic shifted for construction project
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I-271 widening project
 
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Ohio Department of Transportation announces widening project for Interstate 271 between Miles Road and Summit County line.
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Diverging Diamond Interchange Visualization
 
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Instructional video on how to drive in a diverging diamond interchange.
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PennDOT construction plans announced
 
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Construction projects for 2013 are set. There are 90 projects, and many begin in the spring.
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What constitutes "public use" for eminent domain?
 
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What constitutes "public use" for eminent domain? Traditionally, eminent domain projects have included new road construction and widening, the installation of utilities, and the construction of schools, police and fire stations, libraries, hospitals, and prisons. However, the government has sometimes taken land for redevelopment and defined that as "public use." Land that has been blighted, or land that has been rezoned, had been turned into commercial development in order to raise the community's tax base, and those projects have been defined as public use for eminent domain.
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ODOT's Multi-County Crews
 
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ODOT October 2015 Commission Meeting
 
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Highlights of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission’s Monday, Oct. 12 meeting include approval of funding to improve 10 railroad crossings at several highways, city streets and county roads, a report on the need for more asset preservation projects and awarding of contracts for highway and bridge reconstruction in Tulsa, intersection modification in Claremore and the next phase of the bypass in Duncan. The commission approved funding for the first 10 rail crossing projects included in a major initiative to improve crossing locations on highways, city streets and county roads in Oklahoma. Approximately $100 million is expected to be spent over the next three years to improve surfaces and signals at 300 rail crossings statewide. Previously, ODOT had only about $8 million a year in rail safety program funds to spend which improved about 25 crossings per year. These improvements will be funded by combining proceeds from the recent sale of the Sooner Sub rail line, dedicated rail safety funds from ODOT and funding from partners like cities and counties. In his report to the commission, Executive Director Mike Patterson emphasized the importance of ODOT’s Asset Preservation Plan, which includes projects to extend the life of bridges and highway pavements for several years until major reconstruction can be performed. Due to the harsh winter and unprecedented flooding in the past year, the commission approved more funding to be directed toward asset preservation projects to help shore up pavements statewide. Contracts for two major projects in the Tulsa area received commission approval, including widening and bridge replacement on SH-266 just east of US-169 in Tulsa and modification of the SH-20 intersection with Southhaven Rd./Clubhouse Rd. in Claremore. Both contracts have possible financial incentives for early completion of the work. Commissioners also awarded a $15.6 million contract for construction of the Duncan Bypass south connector. The first phase includes construction of flyover ramps and new roadway from the existing bypass to Seminole Rd. The final phase will tie the bypass back in with US-81 on the south side of Duncan. In all, commissioners awarded 24 contracts totaling nearly $67 million to improve bridges, highways, interstates and roads. Most of these contracts were for asset preservation projects that span several counties. A list of awarded contracts can be viewed by visiting www.odot.org/newsmedia/awards/index.htm and clicking on the October link. The eight-member panel, appointed by the governor to oversee the state’s transportation development, awards project contracts for road and bridge construction every month. The next meeting is scheduled for November 9 at 11 a.m. in the R.A. Ward Transportation Building in Oklahoma City.
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I-440 Repairs Part Of TDOT Projects After Gas Tax Increase
 
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Repairs to Interstate 440 have been included in the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s upcoming road projects after the gas tax increase.
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ODOT Commission Meeting- June 5, 2017
 
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June Commission Wrap-Up: State budget keeps current road work going, will impact future projects; $32 million in contracts awarded Highlights of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission’s Monday, June 5 meeting include a report on the impact of the recently-approved Fiscal Year 2018 state budget on highway projects and approval of several contracts that were deferred in May due to state funding concerns. Commissioners also awarded contracts for projects on US-75 in Tulsa County, SH-20 and SH-99 in Osage County and local government projects in the Oklahoma City metro area. Oklahoma Department of Transportation Executive Director Mike Patterson reported to the commission on the outcome of the legislative session and the FY 2018 state budget agreement. State funding for highways and bridges was reduced by $153 million and funding for weigh station construction and maintenance was cut by $3 million. Since the state budget preserved most of ODOT’s allocation of income tax revenue for the next fiscal year, no current construction is in danger of being halted and all previously suspended projects have now resumed. Patterson also noted that the budget preserves state funding for continued passenger rail service on the Heartland Flyer and matching funds for rural public transit. However, these cuts combined with several years of funding reductions will impact future construction projects scheduled in the department’s Eight-year Construction Work Plan, with some projects possibly being removed when the plan is rebalanced in the fall. The commission and director also recognized the good work of contractors on the state’s largest project, the ongoing reconstruction and widening of I-235 near I-44 in Oklahoma City. During a scheduled five-day closure of the interstate near I-44, crews worked around the clock and were able to reopen I-235 to traffic nearly two full days early. Work on this phase of reconstruction of the I-235 and I-44 interchange is expected to be completed by 2020. Commissioners voted to approve contracts they had deferred in May due to state funding concerns, including bridge repairs on Shields Blvd. over I-35 in Moore and I-35 over US-77 near Davis, as well as pavement rehabilitation on SH-11, SH-45 and SH-132 in Garfield and Grant counties. They awarded contracts for cable barrier installation on US-75 in Tulsa and Glenpool and school zone safety improvements at the intersection of SH-20 and SH-99 in Hominy. Also approved were contracts for local projects including reconstruction of nearly two miles of MacArthur Blvd. in northwest Oklahoma County, a multiuse trail along S.E. 29th St. in Midwest City and a Main St. streetscape in Norman. Commissioners voted to award 23 contracts totaling more than $32 million to improve highways, roads and bridges in 18 counties. Contracts were awarded for projects in Carter, Cleveland, Custer, Kiowa, Logan, Garfield, McClain, McCurtain, Murray, Oklahoma, Okmulgee, Osage, Pittsburg, Pontotoc, Pushmataha, Tulsa, Washington and Woods counties. A list of all awarded contracts may be found by visiting www.odot.org/contracts, selecting the May 2017 letting and clicking Go and then Award. The eight-member panel, appointed by the governor to oversee the state’s transportation development, awards project contracts for road and bridge construction every month. Due to the Independence Day holiday, the next meeting is scheduled for 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 5. Contracts, bid information, the commission’s monthly agenda and project details can be viewed at www.odot.org.
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ODOT Commission Meeting- September 5, 2017
 
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September Commission Wrap-Up: Purcell/Lexington bridge to be replaced; $87 million in contracts awarded Highlights of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission’s Tuesday, Sept. 5 meeting include approval the Purcell/Lexington bridge replacement contract, recognition of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s work zone awareness efforts and an update on the rebalancing of the Eight-year Construction Work Plan. Contracts were also awarded for major projects on a city street in Comanche County, SH-53 in Carter County, US-69 in Pittsburg County and US-412/US-60 in Major County. The commission voted to award a contract for an up to $38 million project that includes possible financial incentives for early completion to replace the US-77/SH-39 bridge between Purcell and Lexington. The bridge, which spans the South Canadian River and BNSF railroad, was closed and drivers faced a 45 minute detour for several months in 2014 while ODOT performed emergency repairs to address cracks in the structure. Replacement of the bridge was not scheduled in ODOT’s Eight-year Plan at the time, but major effort was made to expedite the design and environmental processes to get the bridge under contract in three years. Executive Director Mike Patterson was pleased to announce that ODOT’s work zone awareness efforts received national recognition from the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Standing Committee on Transportation Communications in August. The campaign “Your Life Matters: Drive Like It” received AASHTO’s highest award for public relations programs and the radio public service announcement won first place in its category. The campaign and PSA were produced in-house and cosponsored by the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office, Oklahoma Turnpike Authority and Midstate Traffic Control. Patterson also updated commissioners on the ongoing challenge of rebalancing the department’s Eight-year Plan, which is expected to go to the commission for approval later in the fall. With a total of $850 million in state funding reductions and diversions since 2010, a large number of upcoming road and bridge projects will be delayed and some will be removed. “Since the first Eight-year Plan in 2003, ODOT has never removed a project due to lack of funding, but unfortunately this year we’re faced with just that,” he said. “We are not on a sustainable path. Even though we’re on track to address our existing structurally deficient bridges, we have critical pavement, congestion and asset preservation issues that we won’t have the resources to touch.” Patterson noted that once the state reaches its goal of having less than 1 percent of all highway bridges rated structurally deficient by the end of this decade, ODOT will still have to replace or rehabilitate about 90 bridges each year just to keep up with the aging infrastructure system. The commission approved contracts, including a more than $8 million city street widening project on S.E. 45th St. in Lawton combining local and federal funds and a nearly $8 million reconstruction of more than seven miles of SH-53 near Springer in Carter County. Also awarded were contracts for a more than $5 million bridge rehabilitation project on US-69 at US-69 Business in McAlester and a nearly $8 million project to replace the US-412/US-60 bridge over the Cimarron River near Cleo Springs. Commissioners voted to award 19 contracts totaling nearly $87 million to improve highways, roads and bridges in 16 counties. Contracts were awarded for projects in Atoka, Beckham, Carter, Coal, Comanche, Cotton, Custer, Grady, Kiowa, Latimer, McClain, Major, Mayes, Muskogee, Pittsburg and Pontotoc counties. A list of all awarded contracts may be found by visiting www.odot.org/contracts, selecting the August 2017 letting and clicking Go and then Award. The eight-member panel, appointed by the governor to oversee the state’s transportation development, awards project contracts for road and bridge construction every month. The commission’s next regular meeting is scheduled for 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 2. Contracts, bid information, the commission’s monthly agenda and project details can be viewed at www.odot.org.
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ODOT Commission Meeting- December 4, 2017
 
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December Commission Wrap-Up: Commuter and commercial corridors to receive major work, nearly $155 million in contracts awarded Highlights of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission’s Monday, Dec. 4 meeting include approval of contracts for Oklahoma Department of Transportation projects completing the final sections of the Oklahoma City Boulevard and SH-74 in Oklahoma City, an update on the recent special legislative session and recognition of an award-winning ODOT bridge project in Stephens County. Contracts were also awarded for traffic improvements to the I-35/I-235/I-40 junction in Oklahoma City, I-44 interchange reconstruction in Lawton, US-270 reconstruction in Dewey County and US-54 reconstruction in Texas County. The Commission voted to award a contract for an up to $27 million project to construct the two remaining core sections of the Oklahoma City Blvd. in downtown Oklahoma City. This work will complete the new downtown city street, which will connect to the realigned I-40 Crosstown. Also awarded was a contract for an up to $22 million project for reconstruction and widening of SH-74 (Portland Ave.) to four lanes from north of N.W. 164th St. to N.W. 206th St. (Covell Rd.) in northwest Oklahoma City. This final phase will complete expansion of the corridor between Memorial Rd. and Waterloo Rd. in the rapidly-developing area of the city. Both projects are expected to begin in spring 2018 and include financial incentives for early completion of the work. Executive Director Mike Patterson noted that the County Improvements for Roads and Bridges fund was cut considerably in the recent regular and special sessions of the state legislature. The CIRB program uses dedicated state funding for major local road and bridge projects selected by the counties and their Circuit Engineering Districts and is administered by ODOT. These cuts are expected to impact the projects in the five-year CIRB plan which was recently adopted by the commission. “The CIRB program has been very successful in allowing counties to address major road and bridge needs since its inception in 2006,” Patterson said. “The continued funding reductions to ODOT and county funds is something we should all be concerned about as we strive to make transportation a priority for the state.” Patterson also shared that the Association of Oklahoma General Contractors recently honored an ODOT project in Duncan as the state’s best bridge project in the past year. He presented the Pharaoh Award to the commission, along with members of ODOT’s Duncan Residency and the construction contractor, Overland Corporation of Ardmore. The $15.6 million project was part of an ongoing effort to provide a south connection for the Duncan Bypass to US-81. Work on the bridge was completed in summer 2017. The Pharaoh Award is presented each year for the highest quality bridge project in the state and is named for the Pharaoh family of Henryetta, who were pioneers and are actively involved in Oklahoma’s construction industry. Receiving commission approval was a contract for a more than $5 million project in downtown Oklahoma City with a statewide impact. This project will modify portions of the I-35/I-235/I-40 junction, commonly known as the Dallas Junction, to add an extra north and southbound I-35 lane between M.L. King Ave./Eastern Ave. and S.E. 15th St. Currently, all I-35 traffic must move into a single exit lane to navigate through the junction with I-40, causing considerable traffic safety and congestion issues. The project is expected to begin in spring 2018 and take about five months to complete. Commissioners also approved a nearly $8 million contract for reconstruction and widening of more than three miles of US-270 near Seiling in Dewey County, continuing the expansion of the Northwest Passage. They also awarded an $8.5 million contract to reconstruct two miles of US-54 near Tyrone in Texas County. Both routes are major commercial trucking corridors in northwestern Oklahoma. Commissioners voted to award 44 contracts totaling nearly $155 million to improve highways, roads and bridges in 31 counties. Contracts were awarded for projects in Adair, Atoka, Bryan, Caddo, Canadian, Carter, Cleveland, Comanche, Cotton, Craig, Creek, Delaware, Dewey, Garfield, Garvin, Grady, Harmon, Kay, Logan, McClain, McCurtain, McIntosh, Major, Mayes, Murray, Nowata, Oklahoma, Osage, Stephens, Texas and Tulsa counties. A list of all awarded contracts may be found by visiting www.odot.org/contracts, selecting both the November 2017 Regular and Special lettings and clicking Go and then Award. The eight-member panel, appointed by the governor to oversee the state’s transportation development, awards project contracts for road and bridge construction every month. Due to the New Year’s Day holiday, the commission’s next meeting is scheduled for 11 a.m. Monday, January 8, 2018.
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Alternatives To New I-75, I-24 Interchange Coming
 
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By Jerry Askin Drivers' commute to and from Bradley county could be a little quicker in the future. The Tennessee Department of Transportation may soon approve a new four-lane highway from Interstate 75 in Ringgold straight up through the Hamilton/Bradley County line. TDOT has a 25-year long range vision to improve Tenneessee's highways and make it safer for drivers. If you ask any driver who comes through Ringgold and Chattanooga, that'll more than likely be in support of any bypass to make their trip a little shorter. "It'll be a good thing to get rid of all the traffic in the morning, morning rush hour traffic." The Tennessee and Georgia Department of Transportations want to work together to build what they'll likely call Chattanooga Parkway. It'll be a four lane highway, sort of like a bypass, that'll run directly from Interstate 75 in Ringgold to the Hamilton/Bradley County line. It's not clear now how many miles the bypass will run or how much it'll cost, but if approved, it'll be complete by 2029. "I think that should be a priority. I know it's going to be expensive, but it should be a priority," says Linda Aulbaach. Drivers like Joe Y'barra support the bypass, because he says it'll bring more jobs. "I drive a dump truck and anytime the dirt needs to come out that they're digging out or new dirt or new gravels needs to come in so I would benefit from that a hundred percent," says Y'barra. TDOT's 2010 corridor plan showed a major concern for improvements near the I75 24 split. It's an area many drivers agree needs work. TDOT also plans to reconstruct the Inserstate 75/24 interchange and widen I-75 from 6 lanes to 8 lanes from the Georgia State line to Ringgold Road. It's apart of TDOT's $100 million plus project to improve interstate 75. The project planners will meet on Wednesday at 2:30 with the Regional Planning Agency. To read TDOT's current plan for improving our roads, head over to http://www.tdot.state.tn.us/i75/docs/techmemo-project-priorities.pdf
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SCDOT looks for ways to ease traffic on Woodruff Road
 
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The South Carolina Department of Transportation considers a different timing system for traffic lights on Woodruff Road in Greenville County. Subscribe to WYFF on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1mUvbJX Get more Greenville news: http://www.wyff4.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/WYFF4 Follow us: http://twitter.com/wyffnews4 Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wyffnews4
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I-75 Corridor Improvements from M-102 to South of M-59
 
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The I-75 widening and reconstruction project has been in the planning and development stages for nearly 20 years. It encompasses approximately 18 miles of freeway from M-102 to south of M-59 and has a current daily traffic volume of 103,000 to 174,000. The freeway was built in the 1960s but has not received comprehensive corridor improvements since that time. The need for increased capacity to relieve congestion is driven by the growth along the corridor due to land use changes and the migration of people, services and industry. It is a critical commercial route, a key commuter route, a vital tourist route and a local area business route moving people and goods across the state daily.
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Waterbury's I-84 bottleneck fix started
 
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A major road work project on I-84 that has been stalled for more than a decade is finally underway in Waterbury. The long delay in finishing widening the highway has been cited many times as hurting the city's economic growth.
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Final I-44 road project starts Monday
 
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Brandon Richard reports.
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I-75 I-71 DCD interchange at Mt.Zion Road (KY 536) in Florence, Kentucky  75crossings.com
 
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If you would like to view more information or provide feedback to the Project Team, please visit the project website at: 75crossings.com Video from public meeting for KYTC's I-75-I-71 DCD interchange at KY 536 (Mt. Zion Road) in Florence, Kentucky, January 17, 2013.
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I77 Toll construction Rant! Part 1
 
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I think the state could have found a better way to get the highway widened. https://cintra.us/ourprojects/i-77-express-lanes/?gclid=CJC3rbPP_NECFQiSfgod2HUHtQ bike - 2015 suzuki GSX-S750 camera - gopro 3 Thanks for watching ! subscibe
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Theresa Pollick from ODOT talks about deer collision season
 
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Deer-collision season has begun and the Ohio Department of Transportation wants people to be aware of the dangers of having a vehicle collision with a deer. According to ODOT, in 2010, there were 23,201 deer-vehicle crashes statewide with 1,063 people injured and four people killed. Many deer collisions go unreported so the actual number of collisions could be closer to 60,000.
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Road map to Tulsa's future
 
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The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is tackling its 8 year plan; and with construction ranging from Riverside to Catoosa, from I-244 to Gilcrease Expressway, projects are backing up.
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I-235 getting makeover in 3-year widening plan
 
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I-235 is getting a much-needed makeover. But it will be worse for drivers before it gets better. Subscribe to KOCO on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1lGfjIl Get more Oklahoma City news: http://koco.com Like us:http://facebook.com/koco5 Follow us: http://twitter.com/koconews Google+: https://plus.google.com/+KOCO/posts
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I-75 to I-280 Interchange Correction Animation
 
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Visualization of the new traffic flow for the Interstate 75/Interstate 280 Interchange in Toledo.
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I75 Modernization TV Ad
 
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ODOT and MVRPC are working together to get the word out about the Final Phase of the I-75 Modernization Project.
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