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 State Route 94 Widening Project


​SR 94 (High Street) in the City of Wadsworth will be widened, including at its bridge over Interstate 76, with access management strategies implemented along the corridor. The Great Oaks Trail/Park Centre Drive intersection will also be realigned.

The project will improve safety and access along the corridor that will ultimately improve the flow of traffic. Widening SR 94, as well as the bridge over I-76, will take place, along with the construction of corridors or alleys to reach businesses. A median will be installed along the center of SR 94, additional traffic signals will be installed and a mutli-use path for pedestrian and bike traffic will also be built as part of this project. 

Cost: $12.4 Million

Contractor: Karvo Paving

Start Construction: mid-May 2016

End Construction: June 2018


 Current Traffic Impacts


I-76 – I-76, at its interchange with SR 94, currently has the inside and outside shoulders closed. Off-peak hour lane closures are possible Monday - Friday.

SR 94 (High Street), from just north of Valley View Dr. to Smokerise Dr., has two lanes of thru traffic northbound and one lane of thru traffic southbound with a center left turn lane along the project corridor as crews perform widening work on the west side of the road. Great Oaks Trail between High Street and Freedom Drive is reduced to one lane in each direction. Additional lane closures are possible throughout the length of the project as crews perform widening work. Please use caution while navigating thru work zones. Specific project work can be found online at transportation.ohio.gov/94. The project is expected to be complete June 2018.



 Additional Resources


 Project Aerial


The environmental review, consultation, and other actions required by applicable Federal environmental laws for this project are being, or have been, carried-out by ODOT pursuant to 23 U.S.C. 327 and a Memorandum of Understanding dated December 11, 2015, and executed by FHWA and ODOT.