Big changes are on the horizon for I-75, and the City of Wyoming wants residents to advocate for the best options for neighbors who will be impacted by the project. We present several ways to voice your opinion below, including an open meeting being held on Tuesday, March 1 at the Sharonville Convention Center.
The I-75 Thru the Valley project involves widening and reconstruction of I-75 from State Route 126/Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway north to just south of I-275 in Tri-County. The goals of the project are to improve safety and ease congestion on I-75. Learn more here.
Thanks to City Manager Rusty Herzog’s outreach efforts, the City has a full synopsis of the proposal from the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), including the options that would be most beneficial for Wyoming.
The City invites residents to educate themselves about the project and advocate for plans that will positively impact neighbors on Millsdale Avenue and businesses on Wyoming Avenue, two areas that will experience the most change with ODOT’s plan.
Residents can find plenty of information about the Thru the Valley project. It’s important to carefully review the resources to understand the potential impacts the I-75 improvement project could have on the City of Wyoming.
Read about the project on the City website: City website
Watch the recording of the first public meeting, held virtually February 17:
View background information from ODOT.
Advocate for Wyoming
Please consider commenting in support of:
- The outcomes for alternates 3, 4, and 5 appear to be the best options to maintain safe traffic flow for the City of Wyoming. These plans prohibit traffic from using Millsdale Street (East Mills Avenue) to enter or exit I-75.
- Additional comments would be helpful to encourage ODOT to enhance the intersection of Anthony Wayne Avenue and Wyoming Avenue to include a left turn lane and left turn arrow.
- Also, the City wants to advocate for identifying exit #10-B as Lockland & Wyoming, as opposed to Lockland (see Exhibit 7, top right corner of map).
Attend the Open Meeting and Voice Your Opinion
Tuesday, March 1, 2022, 5:30–7:30 p.m., Sharonville Convention Center, 11355 Chester Rd.
Submit Comments and Opinions by April 1, 2022
Email Keith Smith: Keith.Smith@dot.ohio.gov
Call Keith: (513) 933-6590
Complete this form and mail to the address listed: https://www.publicinput.com/Customer/File/Full/99100d1e-e273-43e1-bf0a-2368663b1aab
Comment on the website: https://www.publicinput.com/I75Improvement#3
The City of Wyoming appreciates the involvement of our residents in securing the best-case scenario for our community. Please help us be heard!