History of the Project
May of 1998
The City investigated alternatives for better connectivity to the industrial area.
April of 2000
The City held a public involvement meeting regarding congestion at Morrison and Hamilton
June of 2000
Engineering began for Tech Center Drive.
The City applied for a Grant for construction of Tech Center Drive which was not granted.
September of 2001
ODOT the City conducted an interchange modification study which identified that the I-270ramps would need to be upgraded for Tech Center Drive.
April of 2004
The City had an unsuccessful attempt at obtaining TRAC funding
2006 and 2007
Morrison road was improved to accept the future Tech Center Drive on the east side. This wasfunded entirely with local funds.
Gahanna was awarded Federal funds for the I-270 ramp modifications.
The I-270 ramp modifications were constructed.
The total project construction cost is $6,997,560The MORPC attributable federal funds are $5,194,588Gahanna’s contribution for this work was $1,802,972The design and environmental work was a total of $1,002,678