Eastgate Area to Batavia (Segments IV and IVa) Overview
This area of the Eastern Corridor has experienced tremendous growth in the past ten years which has brought new residential and commercial development. The Eastern Corridor Program includes multiple projects to support the increasing activity and the growing number of people living and working in the area, as well as those just traveling through.
The goals for Segment IV and IVA projects are to accommodate increasing traffic levels, reduce congestion and travel delays, and improve access and travel safety for drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians.
Many of the Eastern Corridor improvement projects identified for Segments IV and IVA have been completed. These include:
- Aicholtz Road Connector
- Eastgate North Frontage Road Improvements
- Eastgate South Drive Rehabilitation
- Eastgate South Drive Roundabout
- I-275/SR 32 Interchange Improvements
- Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Phase II
- Ivy Pointe Extension–
- Old SR 74 Widening, Olive Branch-Stonelick to Armstrong Blvd. Improvements
- Reconstruction of Eastgate Boulevard over SR 32
- SR 32 Improvements at Bells Lane
- Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) – Phase I
Click on the map below to learn about additional projects within the Segment IVA project area. More information about these projects is available on the Clermont County Transportation Improvement District website, GoClermont.org.
Click here to review documents and reports related to the planning and development of improvements along SR 32 between the I-275/SR 32 interchange in the Eastgate area and Batavia.
Public involvement has played a critical role in the planning and development of Eastern Corridor projects. Click here to learn more about public involvement activities related to improvements along SR 32 between the I-275/SR 32 interchange in the Eastgate area and Batavia.