The Point Improvement Project

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Background

The City of Delaware is developing plans to improve traffic flow and safety on William Street (US 36) and Central Avenue (Ohio 37) at The Point intersection. Proposed improvements include replacing the railroad bridge and widening William and Central to two lanes in each direction underneath.  Additional improvements will include improved pedestrian access, turn lanes, and gateway features. The project is currently in the planning phase.

Improvements

The purpose of the Point project is to reduce congestion and improve safety along the eastern US 36/SR 37 corridor within the City of Delaware. In addition to reducing congestion and improving safety, improved access management along the corridor has also been identified as a secondary need.

Funding

The project is anticipated to cost about $26 million. The City has secured both state and federal funding sources to cover 75 percent of the total project cost. Delaware is pursuing additional grant and funding dollars to reduce the estimated $6.4 million local funding contribution.

Open House

Wednesday May 22, 2019, 5 – 8 PM
Conger Elementary School, 10 Channing Street
Attendees may arrive anytime between 5 and 8 PM. Stations will be set up with information about the project process and funding, workzone traffic, property access, railroad, environment, and aesthetics. City and Project team members will be on hand to discuss the project and answer questions one on one. Written and/or oral comments may be submitted during the meeting, or to Deputy City Engineer Matt B. Weber  at 740.203.1721 or via email. A 30 day comment period will begin after this public meeting and the final date to submit comments is June 21, 2019.
Open House Materials: Handout, Comment Sheet, Video

Keep Informed

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Point  Intersection Video
Project Funding Announcement
City Engineer June 2017 Presentation to City Council (at 14:20)
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