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Project Details
Defense
Woodman Phase 4 Project
Woodman Drive Phase 4 extends along Woodman Drive between Airway Road and the City of Riverside's north corporation line, north of Springfield Street. The City looks to provide improvements and modifications to reduce the frequencies of crashes, particularly into WPAFB's perimeter security fence; address the crumbling infrastructure; and provide multi-modal & aesthetic improvements to the corridor which compliment those recently completed by the City along Springfield Street.
Organization Details
The City of Riverside
5200 Springfield Street, Suite 100
Riverside, Ohio. 45431
Montgomery
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Government
Organization Contact Details
Kathy Bartlett
Director of Public Service
City of Riverside
(937) 233-1801
5200 Springfield Street, Suite 100
Riverside, Ohio. 45431
Montgomery
Crystal Corbin
Montgomery County TID
(614) 530-0884
ccorbin@mctid.org
Location Details
Riverside
Montgomery
Ohio 10th
Financial Details
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$400,000 has been committed by the City of Riverside for the Feasibility Study & Preliminary Engineering on Phase 4. Final engineering and construction funding is still undetermined. The City has invested $6.8M in the Woodman/Harshman corridor to date. The City also recently submitted a SS4A (Safe Streets & Roads for All) federal grant request to develop an actionable plan for improving safety and reducing injuries and fatalities on known areas of transportation safety concerns in their community. This grant, including a local match, would allow the City of Riverside to study and determine solutions on these challenges and establish guiding principles going forward that would ensure a safer transportation environment along the Woodman Corridor.
Planning or Studies
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Within the next 6 months
Potential program/grant sources include: ODOT (Ohio Department of Transportation) Safety funding; OPWC (Ohio Public Works Commission) funding; TRAC (Transportation Review Advisory Committee) funding; STP (Surface Transportation Program); JobsOhio 629 Grant; SIB (State Infrastructure Bank) Loan; Federal funding such as the SS4A (Safe Streets & Roads for All) Grants; and potential public/private partnerships.
Community Details
Woodman Drive serves as a gateway not only to the City of Riverside but also as an entrance to downtown Dayton, Montgomery County and WPAFB/NMUSAF. Woodman Drive has exceeded its useful life. Repairs and upgrades are in progress along segments of the corridor as shown in the attached map (solid gray lines indicate funded construction projects, dashed gray lines indicate unfunded projects).

The City has invested $6.8M in the corridor to date, of which $400,000 has been committed to studying Phase 4 (orange segment on the map). It is important to note that although WPAFB is the largest single-site employer in the State of Ohio, the City of Riverside isn't able to draw upon income tax revenues needed to maintain their infrastructure surrounding the base.

With Phase 4, the City looks to: reduce the frequencies of crashes, particularly into WPAFB's perimeter security fence; address the crumbling infrastructure; and provide multi-modal & aesthetic improvements to the corridor which compliment those recently completed by the City along Springfield Street.
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Additional Details
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Crystal Corbin
(614) 530-0884
ccorbin@mctid.org
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