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Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is planning to build an interchange in Berkshire Township, Ohio, the US.
The project involves the construction of an interchange and being developed in six phases. It includes the construction of access roads, walkways, service roads and related infrastructure, and the installation of signaling and safety systems.
The first phase includes the partial construction of the interchange and Sunbury Parkway from west of I-71 to Wilson Road.
The second phase includes the construction of three lanes of Sunbury Parkway from 3 B’s & K Road to the portion of Sunbury Parkway constructed in the first phase, west of I-71.
The third phase includes the construction of the connection of Sunbury Parkway from the 36/37/Africa Road intersection to the I-71 interchange.
The fourth phase includes the construction of one additional lane in each direction within the median of Sunbury Parkway from Wilson Road to Galena Road and adding additional turn lanes.
The fifth phase includes the construction of additional lane in each direction on Sunbury Parkway between the 36/37/Africa Road intersection and the relocated 3 B’s & K Road intersection.
The sixth phase includes the construction of one additional lane in each direction within the median of Sunbury Parkway from Galena Road east to 36/37.
On December 4, 2014, ODOT released a study report with four alternatives.
Planning activities on the project are underway.Scope
The project involves the construction of an interchange in Berkshire Township, Ohio, the US.
The US$162 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of access roads
2. Construction of walkways
3. Construction of service roads
4. Installation of signaling systems
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