Dublin Debating Future Interchange at 270/33

The Ohio Department of Transportation and the City of Dublin are seeking public feedback regarding the I-270/US 33 Interchange solution.

I-270 at US 33 Map Dublin Ohio
Ohio Department of Transportation recommended alternative for Phase I at the I-270 / US 33 interchange in Dublin, Ohio. [City of Dublin]
On Thursday, May 16, ODOT unveiled the $91 million Phase I solution, the first of its kind in the State of Ohio. Phase 1 will eliminate the current interchange’s weaving movements which create the majority of traffic conflicts. Phase 1 is slated to begin in late 2014 and be completed in 2016.

Comment cards and displays showing the “recommended alternative” are available for public viewing now through May 24 at the Dublin Community Recreation Center. In addition, you can participate in the online public meeting and complete the survey. Online access also is available at the Dublin Recreation Center computer lab. The powerpoint presentation with all the different phases is also available on ODOT District Six’s Web site.

For more information contact City of Dublin Community Relations at 614.410.4450. The Dublin Recreation Center is located at 5400 Post Road in Dublin, Ohio.

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