Thursday, October 19, 2000

Engineer, state officials to discuss Ohio 63 extension

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        MADISON TOWNSHIP — The Butler County engineer and Ohio transportation officials will discuss the proposed Ohio 63 extension project from 3:30-7:30 p.m. today.

        It will be held at the Cinergy Woodsdale Generating Station, 2100 Woodsdale Road, Madison Township.

        The workshop, which is open to the public, will include information stations, displays and maps on the project, also known as the Trenton Area Access Study.

        The limited-access highway will provide an east-west corridor between U.S. 127 west of Trenton to I-75 in Monroe.

        The proposed eight-mile extension between Ohio 4 and U.S. 127 received “top priority rating” earlier this year for funding by the Ohio Department of Transportation.

        The state has agreed to pay two-thirds of the $42 million project, which is expected to start in 2004.


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