Toy Road and Alum Creek Drive Intersection Improvement to Begin Week of June 20
(Franklin County, Ohio -- June 15, 2016)--Dean C. Ringle, P.E., P.S., Franklin County Engineer, announces that improvements to the intersection of Toy Road and Alum Creek Drive will begin the week of June 20 and will last through October, weather permitting.
This improvement project includes the widening and restriping of Toy Road to accommodate two east bound through lanes, restriping of Alum Creek Drive for dual south bound left turn lanes, restriping and full depth repair of Creekside Parkway. The project will include drainage improvements, street lighting relocation, and a new traffic signal.
Traffic will be maintained with intermittent daytime lane closures. No detours are planned during the construction of this project. The posted speed limits in the construction zone will be enforced and motorists should expect increased congestion and delays when driving through the intersection.
The Franklin County Engineer’s Office will supervise this project. Work will be performed by Decker Construction Company. Funding is being provided by Franklin County License Plate Fees, the Village of Obetz, and state funding.