Pickaway East West Connector
also known as
Rickenbacker Intermodal Connector
THE LATEST: Final paving on SR 762/Duvall Road is complete and all lanes opened Friday, May 8, 2015.
The Pickaway East West Connector will provide a connection between US 23 and the Rickenbacker Intermodal Facility. The project has been broken into phases.
Widen and re-align Duvall Road to a total of three lanes from US 23 to Ashville Pike
Build a bridge over the railroad on Duvall Road
Phase 1 Contract Awarded
Ohio Rail Commission
Ohio Department of Development
Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Organization (MORPC)
Norfolk Southern Railroad
Phase 1B will widen Ashville Pike from Duvall Road to Rickenbacker Parkway.
Phase 1B Contract Awarded
Phase 2 will widen Duvall Road and Ashville Pike from three lanes to five lanes.
Phase 3 will reconstruct a new interchange at US 23 and SR 762.
Benefits, Support and Opportunity
The project will increase efficiency of the transportation system of the United States because it provides for the transportation of goods using multiple modes of transportation.
Rickenbacker Intermodal Facility has the capacity to handle 250,000 containers annually.
The project is part of the Heartland Corridor which ships goods globally.
Non-stop travel by the container trucks enhances the environment of the region trucks are not stopping at railroad crossings to wait for trains to pass.
The project provides one of two entrances to the Rickenbacker Intermodal Facility.
Nearby the interchange at I-270 and Alum Creek is currently undergoing improvements to handle increased capacity.
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Questions and Concerns
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