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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

City of Columbus - Current Bike Projects

Projects In Construction
Scioto Alum Creek Bikeway
(Route Complete but detour in progress due to I-670 construction)
On street bikeway completed in 2011
Bike Shelters - Phase 2
(In Progress)
Bicycle Shelters are being installed at various locations in the City (Completion expected by Summer 2013)

Projects In Design
Ohio-Champion Ave Bikeway(In Progress)
Bike lanes are being designed for Ohio and Champion Avenues between Frebis Ave and Mooberry St
Sullivant Ave Bikeway(In Progress)
An east west bikeway connection between Camp Chase Trail and Scioto Trail via Sullivant Ave corridor
Near East Bikeways(In Progress)
The combination of three bikeways projects involving the Near East area:
  • An east west bikeway connection between Front St and the Alum Creek Trail along State St, Grant Ave, Oak St, Sherman Ave, Fair Ave, and Franklin Park South
  • A north south bikeway connection between Mooberry St and the I-670 Trail at Leonard Ave along Ohio and Champion Avenues
  • Click to view Project Website 
State Route 161 Shared Use Path(In Progress)
Potential Bikeways to include with 2013 Resurfacing
The City of Columbus is adding bicycle facilities to city streets in conjunction with resurfacing projects during 2013. These projects will add miles of bike lanes and shared bike/motorist pavement markings (sharrows), helping motorists and bicyclists safely share the road.
(In Progress)
The City is considering the addition of bikeway markings with the following 2013 roadway resurfacing projects. These could include bike lanes or shared-lane markings (sharrows)
  • Alum Creek Dr - Livingston Ave to Main St
  • Champion Ave - Cole St to Leonard Ave
  • Oak St - Grant Ave to Lester Dr
  • Ohio Ave - Cole St to Mt Vernon Ave
Intersection improvements for bicycle safety
  • Livingston / Alum Creek Trail
  • College / Petzinger
  • Dublin Road at Twin Rivers Drive
  • Dublin Road at Olentangy Trail crossing
  • King Ave / Olentangy River Road / Olentangy Trail

Projects Completed
Bikeway projects completed since 2011:


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