The Carroll Interchange Project
The US 33/Winchester Road/High Street Interchange, which is also commonly referred to as the Carroll Area Interchange, is intended to improve the capacity, safety, and linkages between the local and state transportation network. The $54 million project has received Tier 1 funding status from the Transportation Review Advisory Council, and construction is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2015 and finish in the fall of 2016.
The US 33 corridor is designated as a Macro Highway Corridor in Access Ohio 2004-2030. As part of this Macro Corridor designation, the US 33 corridor provides an important transportation and economic link between southeastern Ohio counties and central Ohio counties. The Carroll Interchange project will further enhance traffic flow along the US 33 corridor by complementing the transportation investments made for the Lancaster Bypass and Hill/Diley Road interchange and other improvements along the corridor.
For inquiries or information, please contact Paul Pegher, ODOT District 5 Public Information Officer, by email or at 614.334.9434.