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PROJECT INFORMATION


Worthington Road & Big Walnut Road Intersection (Genoa Township)

 

Construction Updates:

Road construction is scheduled to begin May 30, 2017 on a project to upgrade the intersection of Worthington and Big Walnut Road with turn lanes and a new traffic signal.

 

The first construction phase will include a closure of Big Walnut Road from Worthington Road to Satinwood Drive/Ketterington Lane, and Worthington Road north of Big Walnut Road.  Traffic will be matinained on the west and south legs of the intersection.

 

Phase 2 will begin in September 2017 with a reversal of the detour.  Worthington Road south of Big Walnut, and Big Walnut East of Worthington Road will be closed.  Traffic will be maintained on the north and east legs of the intersection.

 

A map showing the proposed construction limits and closures is shown below.

 

  Construction Phasing and Closure Info (404 KB)

 

Public Meeting Exhibits:

If you were unable to attend the public meeting on March 4, 2014, the project exhibits can be downloaded by clicking on the files below:

 

  Plan View Project Display (5.13 MB)

  Typical Cross Section Display (364 KB)

  Project Information Handout (460 KB)

 

Notice of Public Meeting:

The Delaware County Engineer’s Office would like to invite you to an informational meeting regarding planned improvements to the Worthington Road/Big Walnut Road Intersection.  The County Engineer is considering improvements including adding turn lanes and a traffic signal, improving the alignment of Big Walnut Road east of the intersection, improvement of the Satinwood Drive/Ketterington Lane/Big Walnut Road intersection, and minor drainage improvements for this corridor.  Maps and other information will be available for your review. The meeting will be held:

 Tuesday, March 4, 2014

4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Genoa Township Hall

5111 South Old 3C Highway

Westerville, Ohio 43082

 

The meeting will be an open house format, and you are free to come and go as your schedule allows.  There will be no formal presentation.  Representatives from the County Engineer’s Office and the design consultant will be available to answer your questions about the project.  If you are unable to attend the meeting, the information displayed at the meeting will also be available on the Delaware County Engineer’s website.

 

If you need special assistance, please contact Doug Riedel, Senior Project Manager, at (740) 833-2400.  Any comments you have about the project alternatives should be submitted no later than March 18, 2014 to the following:

 

Doug Riedel, Senior Project Manager

Delaware County Engineer’s Office

50 Channing Street

Delaware, Ohio 43015

delcoeng@co.delaware.oh.us

 

We appreciate your interest in this project and hope you will attend the meeting on March 4.

 

Project Description:
Traffic flow improvements to the intersection of Worthington Road and Big Walnut Road.  The alternatives being considered include a traffic signal with turn lanes or a modern roundabout.  Improvements are also being considered to Big Walnut Road extending east to Satinwood/Ketterington Lane to address the sharp curve in Big Walnut Road.

 

Project Location and Limits:
Extending approximatley 1/4 mile in each direction of the intersection.


Road Closure Information:
Phased closure of the intersection totalling about 5 months.

 
Project Schedule:
Design engineering: 2013-15
Right-of-way acquisition: 2015-16
Utility relocation: Fall 2016 to Spring 2017
Construction: Summer/Fall 2017
 
Engineering Information:
Construction documents prepared by E.L. Robinson of Columbus, Ohio.
 
Construction Information:
Construction
by Double Z Construction of Columbus, Ohio

 
Construction Cost:
$2.3 million with $495,000 from an Ohio Public Works Commission grant

 

 

 


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