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ENGINEERING PROJECTS
The projects for 2021 are located within the document below. For the 2021 year, projects are fairly set, however, the projects for upcoming years are always subject to change. 
Project List Schedule/Summary


Maple Avenue Improvements - Phase 1
(Doris Drive to Dayton Drive)
This project includes full-depth pavement repairs, asphalt resurfacing, and a shared-use path for bicycle and pedestrian traffic.  To improve safety, the under-utilized on-street parking on the south end of the project will be removed to create a consistent three-lane road section.  The project also includes some curb replacement, drainage improvements, a new traffic signal at Redbank Drive, new crosswalks, and enhanced pedestrian crossing signs called rectangular rapid flashing beacons (RRFB).


Yellow Springs-Fairfield Road Improvements
(Spangler Road to Warm Springs Drive)

 The project improvements include but are not limited to; pavement widening, asphalt resurfacing, new curb and gutter, storm water improvements, a new sidewalk, a new multi-use path, and pedestrian crossing facilities (RRFB) at Roehner Drive, Astoria Boulevard, Black Lane and Warm Springs Drive.

UPDATE (12/28/2020):  Improvements on the south side of the roadway (curb and gutter, multi-use path, ADA ramps, underdrains, storm infrastructure, and intermediate paving) are complete.  The contractor is curently working on the north side of the roadway where improvements include curb and gutter, ADA ramps, underdrains, storm infrastructure, intermediate paving, and a small section of multi-use path on the east end of the project.


Traffic Signal Reconstruction Project
(Broad / Highview and Doris / Maple)
The reconstruction of two traffic signals (Broad / Highview and Doris / Maple) is scheduled to happen in the summer / fall of 2021.  The new modern traffic signals will include black signal supports with mast arms, a new signal cabinet with UPS battery backup, LED vehicular signals with backplates, radar detection, LED countdown pedestrian signals, and audible pedestrian pushbuttons.  The plans will address all pedestrian crossing locations for ADA compliance and design for improvements as needed.

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