This 40-year old interchange has yielded $1.2 billion in private investments and spurred 27,700 jobs in its immediate area. The improved interchange is expected to attract 44,600 new jobs and $2.8 billion in investment during the next 20 years, when both construction phases are complete.

This critical gateway has not been significantly upgraded since it was built in the 1960s when Dublin was a rural community of fewer than 700 residents. Once complete, the new interchange will better serve the Dublin area’s current and future traffic needs.

The interchange improvements will:

  • Reduce Crashes
  • Enhance Capacity
  • Reduce Congestion
  • Promote Job Growth

The project is a top transportation priority for central Ohio, and the City of Dublin has worked proactively and cooperatively with regional partners, including the City of Marysville, Union County, the Ohio Department of Transportation and Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission.