New Interchange and Overpass Locations (with January 12, 2005 TRAC Recommendations) (March 2005)
The following map reflects the locations of where overpasses and interchanges are now proposed for the new U.S. 24 between Napoleon and Toledo.
This file is 8MB in size. It may take a few minutes to load (depending on your Internet connection speed).
Refined Preferred Alignment (July 2003)
The final refinements to the preferred alignment were completed in July 2003 after receiving public input following the public meeting held in November 2002 and, conducting a field survey of the preferred alignment and proposed refinements for evidence of historic and prehistoric sites. This aerial map allows you to scroll through and examine the preferred alignment in detail. While this map may be printed, it will take multiple pages.
Large exhibits of these maps are also available for review at ODOT - District 2 in Bowling Green, located at 317 Poe Rd. For your convenience please contact Tricia Hines at (419) 373-4434 to schedule an appointment.
Refined Preferred Alignment (July 2003) – (printer friendly version)
This is a map of the refined preferred alignment without as much detail as the map above. It does provide a general view of the alignment and it is printable.
Preferred Alternative Refinements (as presented at the November 2002 public meeting)
Refinements to the preferred alignment that addressed concerns expressed about diagonal splits of farmland and impacts to active eagle nests are shown here. This map shows the sections where refinements have been made.
Original Preferred Alternative (March 2002)
Pursuant to the September 2001 public meetings, Alternative C was recommended in March 2002 as the preferred alignment. Click on the map below to view this alternative.
Feasible Alternatives Alignments Map
The Feasible Alternatives Alignments map was displayed at the September 2001 public open house meetings in Whitehouse and Liberty Center. To view the map offline, do the following:
- Download the aerial photo map (a zipped JPG file) from the link below
- Unzip the file (about 2 MB) to a location of your choice
- From MS Internet Explorer, go to File>Open>aerialmap.jpg
- From Netscape Navigator, go to File>Open Page in Navigator>aerialmap.jpg
Download September 2001 Feasible Alternatives Map
(no longer current)
This map presents the boundaries within which the study is being conducted. Any alternative improvements to US 24 will take place within this study area.