SR235 Corridor Management Study

Project Description

The SR235 Corridor Management Study will examine ways to improve the transportation infrastructure for the 235 corridor from US Route 40 to the north and the Clark/Greene county line, just past Gerlaugh Rd, to the South.  These improvements may include access management along the corridor, bicycle and pedestrian use, streetscape improvements, economic development opportunities, and safety improvements.  The first open house was held in September 2011 and gave citizens the opportunity to give initial input on the corridor.  The upcoming open house will give citizens the opportunity to react to some proposed improvements that have been developed through continued cooperation with study stakeholders.  Proposed improvements will attempt to address all of the factors mentioned above.

 

"Why This Study is Being Done" (2.58 mb)

Open House Public Meeting

An open house public meeting was held on Wednesday, April 18th at Park Layne Elementary, 12355 Dille Rd., New Carlisle, OH  45344.  Attendees had the opportunity to view and comment on proposed improvement displays.  A presentation was also given to address the improvement alternatives in detail.  Video depicting current traffic conditions was also presented to highlight some of the operational issues along the corridor.  During the open house, representatives from both the TCC  and the consultant team were available to answer any questions. 

Proposed Alternatives:

 

  • Alternative 1 proposes a raised median along SR235 from south of Dille Road to just south of Dalton Drive.  Median breaks are proposed at Hartley Avenue, Styer Drive, and Dalton Drive.  Jug handles are proposed at the northern and southern ends of the corridor to provide turn around locations.

Alternative 1 Conceptual Layout

  • Alternative 2 proposes a raised median along SR235 from south of Dille Road to just south of Dalton Drive.  Median breaks are proposed at Hartley Avenue, Styer Drive, and Dalton Drive.  U-turn areas will be added at the northern and southern ends of the corridor as well as at the signalized Styer Drive intersection.

Alternative 2 Conceptual Layout

  • Alternative 3 proposes a raised median along SR235 from south of Dille Road to just south of Dalton Drive.  Roundabouts are proposed along SR235 at the insections with Hartley Avenue, Styer Drive, and Dalton Drive.  U-turn areas are proposed at the northern and southern ends of the corridor to provide turn around locations to access areas within the limits of the median.

Alternative 3 Conceptual Layout

Other Recommendations:

Backage Road option

Recommended improvements to US40 and Gerlaugh Road

Typical Sections:

From the 9/28/2011 public meeting

Informational Handout (604 kb)

SR235 Public Meeting Presentation (2.33 mb)

Exhibits (from the 9/28/2011 public meeting)

Study Area (2.16 mb)

Crash Locations (2.37 mb)

9/28 Public Involvement Meeting Summary (25 kb)

Final Study

The full report is available for download in the Reports Library.

Executive Summary (323 kb)

Public Meeting 4/17/2014

Letter to property owners (303 kb)

Informational Handout (2.12 mb)

Comment Form (70 kb) - public comment period until 5/19/2014

Exhibits (from the 4/17/2014 public meeting)

SR235 Plan North Half (170 kb)

SR235 Plan Second Half (239 kb)

SR235 Typical Section (30 kb)

SR235 Typical Exhibit (162 kb)

SR235 Parking Plan North Half (170 kb)

SR235 Pedestrian Warning Beacons (73 kb)

If you have any questions prior to the meeting or regarding this study, please contact Louis Agresta at (937) 521-2134 or lagresta@clarkcountyohio.gov.

 
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