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North Broad Street Safety Upgrade Project - Phase 2

posted Sep 25, 2013, 8:06 AM by Dominic Rozzo

Project has commenced which includes the widening of SR 46 & 62 ( North Broad Street) from Skylione Drive north to Dartmouth Drive.  The project also includes curbing , storm drainage and street lighting.  the project construction cost is $ 850,000 of which 69 % was funded with a Grant from the Ohio Public Works Commission.
 

East Main Construction

posted Sep 25, 2013, 8:00 AM by Dominic Rozzo   [ updated Sep 25, 2013, 8:03 AM ]

Paving has commenced along US224 and the Village Green.  this is part of a Safety Upgrade with includes the rehabilitation of US 224 from Talsman west to the Village Green and SR 46 & 62 around the Village Green by the replacement of Curb ramps, storm Drainage full depth pavement repair and milling and resurfacing.  the project construction  cost was  $ 1.1 million paid  for 100 % by grants from the Ohio Department of Transportation and the Eastgate Council of Government.
 

North Broad Safety Upgrade Updated Photos

posted Jul 18, 2012, 8:19 AM by Dominic Rozzo

These photos were taken after the work on North Broad was completed.
 
      
 
 
 

North Broad Street Safety Upgrade Project Phase 1

posted May 8, 2012, 2:34 PM by Canfield Webmaster   [ updated Jul 18, 2012, 8:13 AM by Dominic Rozzo ]

 
This safety upgrade project includes the lowering of a vertical curve obstruction between the Village Green and Brook park, and the inclusion of a dedicated right turn and left turn lane for southbound traffic approaching the village green. The project includes a dedicated right turn lane on Brook park and also a common turning lane at the intersection of Callahan, Brookpark, neff, and Skyline off North Broad. The Project will also include improved storm water drainage, sidewalks, and decorative lighting. The project limits of Phase 1 are from Skyline Drive south to the Village Green.
the total Project Cost is $ 850,000 of which $714,000 was awarded to the City of Canfield in the form of a Grant from the Ohio Public Works Commission. The Local share comes from funding distributed to the City from the Motor Vehicle License fees and gas tax collected by the State of Ohio. ( see attached "before and construction photo's" )

 

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