Learn More About the Upcoming I-75 Construction Through Downtown Dayton

Later this month, construction will begin on the final phase of the I-75 modernization project, which will reconfigure the highway through downtown.

The Ohio Department of Transportation is encouraging people to attend one of four public information meetings to learn more about:

-        The project timeline

-        Its effects on traffic

-        Ramp and street closure

-        Public transportation options

-        The new design for the highway and surrounding areas

Tuesday, September 18th - 12:00 pm - KeyBank Tower, 10 West 2nd St., Suite 611

Wednesday, September 19th - 8:00 am - KeyBank Tower, 10 West 2nd St., Suite 611

Wednesday, September 19th - 6:00 pm - MVRPC building, 1100 West 3rd St.

Saturday, September 22nd - 12-5:30 pm - DAI Oktoberfest Information Booth

Sunday, September 23rd - 12-5:30 pm - DAI Oktoberfest Information Booth

Information meetings are open to the public and will include a PowerPoint presentation, Fact Sheets, project details and an opportunity for questions and answers.

Directions:

KeyBank Tower: Take I-75 to First Street exit (53B). Take First Street to Ludlow Street then turn right onto Ludlow Street. Turn left onto Second Street. KeyBank Tower will be on your right.

MVRPC Building: Take I-75 to Third Street exit (53A), Follow Third Street heading west over the Great Miami River. The MVRPC Center building will be on your left at the corner of Williams Street. Parking is in the rear of the building.

Dayton Art Institute: Take I-75 to First Street exit (53B). Follow First Street/Salem Avenue Bridge over the Great Miami River. Turn right onto Riverview Avenue. Turn left onto Belmonte Park North/Rev. Edward A. Puff Memorial Blvd. Parking will be on the right.

For more information on the final phase of the I-75 Modernization Project please visit the project website at www.I75commuting.com or call the 24 hour hotline at 937-425-8475.    

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