Roadway Projects in Cuyahoga County

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History/Background: These projects are included in ODOT District 12’s Program.

Title: Major rehabilitation of I-77 in Cuyahoga Heights, Newburgh Heights and Cleveland

Sponsor: Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District 12

Estimated Total Cost: $71,240,703

Proposed Source of Federal Funds: ODOT

  • CUY IR-77 - 11.21 MAJOR REHAB: PID No. 105743 - This project involves replacing the pavement on I-77 from approximately the CSX bridge to Broadway Avenue (SR-14), in Cuyahoga Heights, Newburgh Heights and Cleveland (location map). Work will include replacing the median barrier, upgrading the drainage, and widening the shoulders where possible. The project’s estimated total cost, provided by the sponsor, is $71,240,703. The estimated cost of preliminary engineering preliminary development (PEPD) is $2,165,703. The estimated cost of preliminary engineering detailed design (PEDD) is $1,025,000. The estimated cost of construction (CO) is $68,000,000. The estimated cost of construction engineering (CE) is $50,000. The project will be fully funded with Multi-Lane Major Rehabilitation Program funds and ODOT District Preservation funds for award in October 2021.

Staff Comment (Summary):

RECOMMENDATION:

  • Staff recommends the sponsor refer to ODOT Managed Lane study for recommendations concerning hard shoulder running and consider evaluating if feasible.
  • Staff recommends the sponsor refer to ODOT Managed Lane study for recommendations concerning ramp metering and consider implementing ramp metering to improve flow for I-77 mainline travel lanes.
  • Staff recommends not amending the construction (CO) phase of the project to the TIP until the Feasibility Study is completed and shared with regional stakeholders.

Committee Review:

Transit Council

RECOMMENDATION:

  • The Transit Council supports hardened shoulders where feasible to allow for maintenance of traffic in case of incidents and also for buses to get around in case there is an incident.

Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Council

RECOMMENDATION:

  • At the 8/16/19 BPAC meeting, it was noted that the Slavic Village Downtown Connector Trail (SVDC) Phase 1, from Fleet Avenue to Pershing Avenue, will be located in the area of the proposed project.The BPAC recommends ODOT coordinate with City of Cleveland and NOACA to make sure that, if there is an opportunity to design and develop the projects concurrently, both projects can move forward.

Transportation Subcommittee:

  • No comments; recommended for Planning and Programming Committee review

Planning and Programming Committee:

  • No comments; recommended for Executive Committee review

Executive Committee:

  • No comments; recommended for Board of Directors review.

 

Project Name: CUY IR 77 / MILLER RD INTERCHANGE

Sponsor: City of Brecksville

PID No.: 104983

Estimated Cost: $16,610,000 (PEPD, PEDD, RW and C)

Proposed Source of Federal Funds: TRAC

  • CUY IR-77/Miller Rd. Interchange – This project involves completing the existing partial diamond interchange at I-77 and Miller Road by adding a northbound (NB) exit ramp and a southbound (SB) entrance ramp; adding an auxiliary lane between new SB entrance ramp and the IR-80 exit ramp; widening of Miller Road to provide left-turn lanes including structure widening; and adding dual westbound (WB) right turn lanes onto the IR-77 NB entrance ramp (location map). The project's estimated total cost, provided by the sponsor, is $16,610,000. The estimated cost of preliminary engineering preliminary development (PEPD) is $3,040,000. The estimated cost of preliminary engineering detailed design (PEDD) is $760,000. The estimated cost of right-of-way (RW) is $1,100,000. The estimated cost of construction (C) is $11,710,000. The PEPD, PEDD and RW will be funded with TRAC funds and local funds. The sponsor will apply to the TRAC for construction funding in the future; at which time the construction phase will be considered for plan and TIP amendment.

Staff Comment (Summary):

CONDITION:

  • As per NOACA policy, the sponsor must provide a feasibility study or alternatives evaluation report or the completed Interchange Modification Study (IMS).

Committee Review:

Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Council

RECOMMENDATION:

  • The BPAC recommended that, if the structure on Miller Road over IR-77 is to be widened (per the project description), that the sponsor consider widening the sidewalk more than five feet. The BPAC recommended that the sponsor consider widening the sidewalk to at least eight feet, and, if possible, make at least one sidewalk 10 feet wide.

Transportation Subcommittee:

  • No comments; recommended for Planning and Programming Committee review.

Planning and Programming Committee:

  • No comments; recommended for Executive Committee review

Executive Committee:

  • Refer to the Policy Committee for further evaluation.

 

Title: Major rehabilitation of I-90 in Rocky River, Lakewood and Cleveland

Sponsor: Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District 12

Estimated Total Cost: $103,442,400

Proposed Source of Federal Funds: ODOT

  • CUY IR-90 - 6.83 MAJOR REHAB: PID No. 76779 - This project involves replacing the existing pavement along I-90, from the Hilliard Exit ramp bridge to I-71 in Rocky River, Lakewood and Cleveland (location map). Work will include sections of median barrier replacement and lowering the pavement under several structures for vertical clearance. The project’s estimated total cost, provided by the sponsor, is $103,442,400. The estimated cost of preliminary engineering preliminary development (PEPD) is $4,141,440. The estimated cost of preliminary engineering detailed design (PEDD) is $3,024,960. The estimated cost of construction (CO) is $96,000,000. The estimated cost of construction engineering (CE) is $276,000. The project will be fully funded with Multi-Lane Major Rehab Program funds and ODOT District Preservation funds for award in January 2024.

Staff Comment (Summary):

RECOMMENDATION:

  • Staff recommends the sponsor consider widening inside shoulder where feasible to support bus use as described in 2015 study evaluating bus-on-shoulder operation as an Active Travel Demand Model (ATDM) strategy.The sponsor may have to consider lane reductions at bridges.
  • Staff recommends the sponsor consider ramp metering as a safety and congestion management strategy as suggested in ATDM study.
  • Staff recommends the sponsor consider implementing countermeasures recommended at interchanges in recent safety studies at log points 9.09 and 11.85.
  • Staff recommends not amending the construction (CO) phase of the project to the TIP until the Feasibility Study is completed and shared with regional stakeholders.

Committee Review:

Transit Council

RECOMMENDATION:

  • The Transit Council supports hardened shoulders where feasible to allow for maintenance of traffic in case of incidents and also for buses to get around in case there is an incident.

Transportation Subcommittee:

  • No comments; recommended for Planning and Programming Committee review.

Planning and Programming Committee:

  • No comments; recommended for Executive Committee review

Executive Committee:

  • No comments; recommended for Board of Directors review.

 

Title: Construction of Noise Barrier along I-271 in Pepper Pike

Sponsor: Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District 12

Estimated Total Cost: $1,453,733 

Proposed Source of Federal Funds: ODOT

  • CUY IR 271 10.24 NOISE BARRIER: PID No. 108655 - The proposed project involves constructing approximately 3,200 feet of noise barrier along IR-271, from 0.09 mile north of North Woodland Road to Cedar Road, in Pepper Pike (location map). The project’s estimated total cost, provided by the sponsor, is $1,453,733. The estimated cost of preliminary engineering detailed design (PEDD) is $253,733. The estimated cost of construction (C) is $1,200,000. The estimated cost of construction engineering (CE) is $25,000. The project will be funded with Major/New Construction funds and ODOT District Preservation funds for award in April 2020.

Staff Comment (Summary):

Committee Review:

Transportation Subcommittee:

  • No comments; recommended for Planning and Programming Committee review.

Planning and Programming Committee:

  • No comments; recommended for Executive Committee review

Executive Committee:

  • No comments; recommended for Board of Directors review.

Intergovernmental Review and Consultation (IGRC):

Public Involvement: