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SR 16/Cherry Valley Road Interchange
The SR 16/Cherry Valley Road Interchange is intended to improve capacity and operational level of service in the area of the SR 16 and Cherry Valley Road intersection. The improvements are also intended to improve safety within the SR 16 and Cherry Valley Road area and to improve the linkages between the local and state transportation network.
The study area is located near the City of Newark and Village of Granville, the central area of Licking County, and is adjacent to the newly expanded SR 161 corridor. Project plans have been submitted to the Transportation Review Advisory Committee​ for funding approval, but a construction start date will not be identified until funding is obtained.



Area Study, April 2010

Environmental Studies Letter​

Public Meeting Presentation - November 2010

TRAC Presentation - October 2011

Project Fact Sheet
  Click here for more information on the Study's history, why the project is needed, and what's coming next.

Alternative Evaluation Criteria 
  Click here for information about how each of the alternatives were evaluated.

General Note/Response to Public Comment​  

Newark Rotary Club Presentation - February 14


 Questions or Comments?


ODOT Project Manager:

Ty Thompson (click name to send an email)
Phone: 740-323-5194 

Please send questions to:

ODOT District 5
Attn: Ty Thompson
9600 Jacksontown Road, SE
Jacksontown, OH 43030




Initial Public Meeting:
  Fall 2010

Environmental Clearance, Preferred Alternative:
  July 2011

Final Design and Right-of-Way Acquisition:
  July 2013

Begin Construction:
  To be Determined