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ODOT Invites Public Input on Segment II/III of the Eastern Corridor Program 
(US 50/Red Bank Corridor Area and  the 
I-275/SR 32 Interchange)

August 6 Public Meeting Materials Now Available Online

Last week, the Ohio Department of Transportation hosted a Public Information meeting to provide an update on the current status and next steps of the SR 32 project, also known as the Segment II/III of the Eastern Corridor Program. This key project area extends from US 50 in Fairfax to the I-275 Interchange in Eastgate. 

If you were unable to attend, meeting materials are now posted online:

ODOT is collecting public input: 
Public involvement is a critical element to the project development process. ODOT would like to hear from you. If weren't able to attend the meeting and give us your feedback directly, we hope you'll take a few minutes to fill out this comment form and let us know what you think about ODOT's recommendations for moving forward:
  • ODOT proposes to no longer pursue relocating SR 32 through the Little Miami River Valley at this time due to the potential for significant environmental impacts, anticipated high construction costs and conflicting interests in the project. 
  • Instead, ODOT proposes taking a deeper look at the existing roadway network in the area to identify lower impact access and connectivity improvements. These may include:
    • Adding turn lanes
    • Interchange improvements
    • Widening to enhance capacity
    • Minor realignments
    • Improving signal timing and/or coordination
    • Installing new signal(s)
    • And other such improvements

Andy Fluegemann of ODOT explains ODOT's recommendations to meeting attendees at the August 6 Public Information Meeting.