Information on projects in District One of the Ohio Department of Transportation, (ODOT) as well as some statewide information. The information includes both ODOT projects as well as projects of local governments that use funds passed through ODOT.
Information on Current Construction Projects Around the State
State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
ODOT District One Work Program Maps Showing Projects by County
Projects to be Under Construction this Construction Season
ODOT District One Work Program Tables Listing Projects by Fiscal Year
Information on Various Projects in ODOT District One
The following is some information on some projects you may be interested in.
I-75 in Allen County - ALL-75-0.21, PID 76691
This is a Major Rehabilitation project from the District Interstate Plan. The project consists of a total reconstruction of IR 75 from the Allen/Auglaize county line through the SR 81 interchange. Geometric defiencies will be corrected to ODOT's current design standards. All interchange and overhead structures will be redesigned and reconstructed.
For more information visit the Allen Interstate 75 Reconstruction website.
For information concerning the project’s history, purpose and need, visit allen75study.com
Hancock County Interstate 75 Widening Project - HAN IR 75-14.39, PID 87005
ODOT District 1 is proposing to reconstruct and widen Interstate 75 in Hancock County from the area south of Harrison Street/County Road 144, which is just south of the Ohio 15/U.S. Route 68 interchange, to the County Road 99 interchange in Findlay. The purpose of the project is to improve the safety and efficiency of the corridor and increase its capacity.
The proposed project will add one travel lane in both the northbound and southbound direction along I-75 within the project area. The interchanges at U.S. 68/SR 15 and Lima Avenue will also be reconstructed as part of the project.
Interstate 75 and US 224 interchange project - City of Findlay - HAN US 224-11.81, PID 84557
The reconstruction of the interchange is currently under way. See the full report of construction on highways in the area, and to get the most current information regarding the U.S. 224 interchange project.
Latest Project Information
Project Fact Sheet
US224 Interchange Fact Sheet Jan2014
For information concerning the development and exhibits used at public meetings see below:
The Ohio Department of Transportation of Transportation conducted a public meeting on November 3, 2010 to discuss the project which will reconstruct the interchange of US 224 and Interstate 75 in Findlay. The project is currently under construction. For more information about this meeting please view the October 29, 2010 news release.
The following are some items from the November 3, 2010 public meeting.
PDF file of aerial photo
of the project area showing the proposed project, businesses names, etc. - 5.10 MB
SR 81 (Findlay Road) on the east side of the City of Lima - ALL SR 81-18.10, PID 86634
A project which will improve the pavement and drainage on SR 81 (Findlay Road) on Lima's east side scheduled for 2015.
SR 117 & SR 309 on the east side of the City of Lima - ALL-117/309-17.52/15.04, PID 75467
Project Facts Sheet
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District 1 office has developed alternatives that will improve traffic flow, enhance safety and minimize impacts to adjacent properties along State Route 117 from I-75 to Greely Chapel Rd. and on State Route 309 from SR 117/Willard Ave. to the Allen County Fairgrounds.
Information on the January 19, 2011 public meeting is given in the January 14, 2011 news release. A project facts sheet was handed out at that meeting. There were displays at the public meeting that had aerial photos with project information overlaid. There was also a display that had details of the interchange area. Both displays are PDF files and over 2 MB. There is video of the public meeting that is split in three parts. These are Video Part One, Video Part Two and Video Part Three. The public comment period for the information from that public meeting ended February 4, 2011.
There was a public meeting for this project on Thursday, December 14, 2006. At that meeting there was a presentation. There were displays at the public meeting that had aerial photos with project information overlaid. There are three files. One is for the west end. One is for the center section which covers the area from just west of St. Andrews Blvd. to lost Creek Blvd. The other section is for the east end. The public comment period for the information from that public meeting ended January 5, 2007.
Access management techniques were incorporated in this project.
Information on Current Construction Projects Around the State
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You can access the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) information page of the ODOT Office of Systems Planning and Program Management for a listings of projects included in the STIP. This page has information in the STIP as originally approved as well as the revisions. Some general information on the STIP is also on this page.
The complete Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) of the Lima-Allen County Regional Planning Commission (L-ACRPC) on their site. The TIP of the L-ACRPC is a portion of the STIP.
ACCESS OHIO 2004 - 2030 is Ohio’s statewide transportation plan. For more information on ACCESS OHIO including the entire final document, please see the ACCESS OHIO page of the ODOT Office of Systems Planning and Program Management.
There are links to Work Program Maps for each of the counties in District One of the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) on the District One GIS page in the County Project Maps area. These maps show the location, type and State Fiscal Year of projects. It should be noted that the State Fiscal Year starts July 1. Please click on the name of the county you are interested in. The Work Program Maps are PDF files. Viewing the PDF files requires Adobe Reader.
View the weekly construction report linked from the ODOT District One home page for a listing by county of the construction projects taking place on area highways this week.
There is a list of construction projects which will be under construction during this construction season for each ODOT District One county. These reports are PDF files. The lists are in the documents area at the bottom of the page.
There are to tables in the documents area at the bottom of the page that have information on all the projects in District One of the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT). There are tables for each State Fiscal Year. The project county-route-section, PID, description, and cost are on both the full and partial versions. Viewing the tables requires Adobe Reader. If you do not have this reader, there is a link below to download it for free. More detailed information on some of these projects is given farther up on this page.
ODOT District One Planning Web Site Manager: Charles Schreck