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$90 million in Ohio transportation projects for Silicon Heartland

September 6, 2023

Ohio – The Silicon Heartland, the site of Intel’s future campus, will benefit from Governor Mike DeWine’s and the Ohio Department of Transportation’s (ODoT) $90 million investment in transportation. $66 million will fund infrastructure projects across Delaware, Franklin and Licking counties. The remaining $24 million will be used by ODoT. 

Delaware, Franklin and Licking counties will invest in local roadways, including reconstruction, safety and efficiency of intersection improvements and increasing the local roadway network capacity for more considerable traffic demands of a growing population and economic center. 

ODoT will prioritize projects that create safer intersections and key travel corridor expansion. By investing in infrastructure surrounding the Silicon Heartland, ODoT will proactively accommodate increased traffic and activity resulting from Intel’s move. 

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