On December 13, 2013, the NOACA Board of Directors approved the following actions regarding this project: Resolution No. 2013-038 Project Planning Review and Resolution No. 2013-039 Plan and TIP Amendment. The project Planning Review (PPR) and Intergovernmental Review and Consultation (IGRC) processes for this project are now complete.
Title: Resurface SR-44 in Concord Township
Sponsor: Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District 12
PID No: 96593
Estimated Total Cost: $1,700,000
Proposed Source of Federal Funds: ODOT
History/Background: This project is included in ODOT District 12’s State Fiscal Year 2016 Pavement Program.
Current Conditions: SR-44 is functionally classified as an urban principal arterial, from the Geauga/Lake County line to IR-90. The average daily traffic is 2,804 vehicles per day (ODOT 2013).
Proposed Project: This project involves resurfacing of 2.26 miles of SR-44, from the Geauga/Lake County line to IR-90, in Concord Township (location map). The estimated total cost of the project is $1,700,000. The project will be will be financed at 100% with ODOT District Preservation funds. The project’s estimated award date is March 2016.
Staff Comment (Summary):
Short Range Planning–Project Development and Member Services Team:
• This project is consistent with NOACA’s Connections+ 2035 Goals #3 (Preserve and Improve the Efficiency of the Transportation System).
• According to the NOACA Regional Pavement Management System (RPMS), the 2012 pavement condition rating (PCR) for this section of SR-44 ranges from 77 to 78 (good condition).
• Recommend committee and public review in order to obtain comments.
Intergovernmental Review and Consultation (IGRC):
If you are a representative of a governmental entity and would like to comment on this project, please email us.
NOACA encourages comments from the public on this proposed transportation improvement project. We would appreciate it if you include your city of residence, although it is not required. The public review period lasts until the Governing Board makes a decision about them. If you have a comment on this project, please email us.
• No comments; recommended for amendment to NOACA’s Transportation Plan and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).