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Project Profile: Salzman Road Extension

Salzman Road Extension - Monroe, Ohio

photo credit: Butler County Engineer's Office

Location

Monroe, Ohio

Project Sponsor / Borrower

Butler County Transportation Improvement District

Program Areas

Value Capture

Value Capture Techniques Transportation Improvement Districts
Mode

Local Road

Description

This project extended Salzman Road from its terminus north of State Route 63 at a Kohl's Distribution Center 0.52 mile through farmland to the terminus of Yankee Road at Todhunter Road. The project improved what was once a dead-end road serving an industrial park in Monroe into a major through-route for truck traffic serving an industrial park in neighboring Middletown. The project had been a priority for Butler County and the cities of Middletown and Monroe since 1994.

Project benefits include improved mobility for commuters and truck traffic connecting between Todhunter Road and State Route 63. Heavy truck traffic now has a direct link between industrial parks in the cities of Middletown and Monroe and an alternative to a parallel route, which passes by a local school. In addition, the project is expected to facilitate increased industrial and commercial development in the region, including a new $16 million distribution facility.

The Butler County Transportation Improvement District coordinated project design and funding, including securing funding from the cities of Middletown and Monroe, federal grants through the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments, and state money from the Ohio Department of Transportation.

Construction involved coordination between the project contractor and Duke Energy, which was tasked with raising high tension electric transmission lines on the project site.

Cost

Total Project Cost: $3.2 million (capital construction - $1.656 million)

Funding Sources

Federal Funds - $1.682 million

Local Match (City of Middletown, City of Monroe) - $1.259 million

Project Delivery / Contract Method

Design-bid-build

Private Partner

None

Project Advisors / Consultants

Prime Contractor - Kelchner Inc.

Lenders

None

Duration / Status

Construction began in April 2017 and was completed in December 2017.

Financial Status

Closed

Innovations
  • The project was sponsored by the Butler County Transportation Improvement District, an agency tasked with fostering intergovernmental and public-private collaboration at the county and local-government level.
Related Links / Articles

Butler County Engineer's Office news release

Local news media report

Butler County TID Single Audit (2018)

Contacts

David L. Spinney
Director, Butler County TID
Tel: (513) 785-3452
dspinney@bctid.org

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