Traffic signal installation is underway at the Hyland-Croy Road/Post Road intersection. The signal will remain covered for a little over a week as City engineers evaluate the light cycles during all time periods. After that, the signal will blink for a couple of days and is expected to be fully operational by the end of the week of November 12. The schedule is subject to change.
Earlier this year, a right-turn lane was added on southbound Hyland-Croy Road as part of these intersection improvements. The mast arm was supposed to be installed sooner, but the supplier experienced unforeseeable manufacturing delays.
This improvement is considered an interim solution while Dublin, Union County and the Ohio Department of Transportation cooperatively work to improve the U.S. 33/S.R. 161/Post Road interchange.
While the City of Dublin, Union County and the Ohio Department of Transportation own the land (the right-of-way), the jurisdictional control/influence remains primarily with Union County. The City and Union County are equally sharing the responsibility of funding the improvements.
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