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Posted on: May 6, 2020

Alum Creek Drive and Rohr Road Intersection Improvements

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The Franklin County Engineer’s Office is improving the intersection of Alum Creek Drive and Rohr Road.  This project consists of the addition of right and left turns lanes at the intersection of Alum Creek Drive and Rohr Road, the addition of a second eastbound lane on Rohr Road, and a new traffic signal installation.

Construction for the project consists of four phases with traffic maintained.  Utility work began in May, 2020, with roadway construction beginning in June, 2020.  The first phase of this project will include improvements along the east side of Alum Creek Drive from the Rohr Road intersection south to the south project limits, and improvements on the south side of Rohr Road from the intersection of Alum Creek Drive east to the Port Road intersection.  Phase 2 of the project began in mid-July, and includes the east side of Alum Creek Drive, from the intersection to the north end, and the north side of Rohr Road. 

Project Update, Oct. 20, 2020 - The new traffic signal has been installed and is operating.  Roadway widening work has been completed along with the new storm sewer on the west side of Alum Creek Drive and portions of Rohr Road.  Work will continue with storm sewer installation and pavement widening on the east side of Alum Creek Drive and Rohr Road east of the intersection.  After the underground storm sewer and earth work are completed, new pavement will be placed to create the widened roads.

More information can be found on the Franklin County Engineer’s website, www.franklincountyengineer.org.

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