SILICON HEARTLAND
Intel is bringing new jobs, significant investment and groundbreaking technology to New Albany that will benefit our city, state and nation for decades to come. In the meantime, construction in and around the Ohio One site is underway. We are committed to keeping you informed by sharing the latest information concerning construction, traffic, and other updates on all projects related to the Intel development.
PROJECT OVERVIEW
On January 21, 2022, Intel announced that it had selected the Licking County portion of the New Albany International Business Park as the location for its $20 billion investment in two state-of-the-art semiconductor manufacturing plants. In March 2024, Intel increased the investment amount to $28 billion.
Clover Valley Road Part 1 & 3 (Jug Street to Dragonfly Way and Mink Street to Jug Street) - 3 lanes, December 31, 2023
Jug Street (Beech Road to Harrison Road) – 3 lanes, completed August 17, 2022
Harrison Road Extension – 3 lanes, completed August 17, 2022
Clover Valley Road Part 1 & 3 (Jug Street to Dragonfly Way and Mink Street to Jug Street) - 3 lanes
This roadway corridor is now open to two-way traffic. The contractor will complete the surface course, the final restoration of the disturbed area, and other remaining items this year.
Clover Valley Road Part 1 & 3 (Jug Street to Dragonfly Way and Mink Street to Jug Street) - 3 lanes
This roadway corridor is now open to two-way traffic. The contractor will complete the surface course, the final restoration of the disturbed area, and other remaining items this year.
Clover Valley Road Part 2a (Dragonfly Way to Miller Road) - 3 lanes
This roadway corridor is now open to two-way traffic. The contractor will complete the surface course, the final restoration of the disturbed area, and other remaining items this year.
Green Chapel Road (US 62 to Clover Valley Road) – 3 lanes, December 31, 2025
Green Chapel Road (Clover Valley Road to Mink Street) – 5 lanes, July 31, 2024
Clover Valley Road Part 2b (Miller Road to Green Chapel Road) - 3 lanes, July 31, 2024
Jug Street (Harrison Road to Clover Valley Road) - 2 lanes, December 31, 2024
Mink Street (Worthington Road to Green Chapel Road) – 5 lanes, December 31, 2024
Beech Road (Smith’s Mill Road to Jug Street) – 5 lanes, December 31, 2027
Dragonfly Way (Clover Valley Road to Mink Street - 2 lanes, December 31, 2027
Jug Street (Clover Valley Road to Mink Street) – 2 lanes, December 31, 2027
NEW ALBANY CONSTRUCTION
Local transportation improvements are necessary to support the expansion of New Albany’s International Business Park. These roadway improvements will happen over the course of several years in a phased approach. The map illustrates anticipated roadwork start and completion dates. Click the map pins to see the planned roadwork for each street.
A-I Phase 1a: Primary Improvements 2022 - 2025
J-L Phase 1b: Secondary Improvements 2025 - 2027
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2023
2024
2025
2026
2027
PROJECT TIMELINE
Mink St / Duncan Plains Rd Development / Construction of a roundabaout
Estimated Completion: 2028
Funding: $xxxxxx Million
Mink St / Duncan Plains Rd Development / Construction of a roundabaout
Estimated Completion: 2028
Funding: $10 Million
Licking Local Roads: Duncan Plains, Mink, Green Chapel, Clover Valley Reconstruction of local roadways
Estimated Completion: 2027
Funding: $12 Million
Thornwood Dr - The Hill Intersection Reconstruction of intersection & roadway
Estimated Completion: 2025
Funding: $4 Million
Duncan Plains Rd & County Line Rd Development / Construction of a roundabaout
Estimated Completion: 2025
Funding: $5 Million
SR 605 & Walnut Street Development / Construction of a roundabaout
Estimated Completion: 2026
Funding: $5 Million
SR 37 & US 62 Intersection Improvements
Estimated Completion: 2026
Funding: $1 Million
SR 37 & County Line Rd Development / Construction of a roundabaout
Estimated Completion: 2026
Funding: $4 Million
Fancher Rd & County Line Rd Development / Construction of a roundabaout
Estimated Completion: 2026
Funding: $4 Million
Beech Rd / US 62 Study Intersection realignment
Estimated Completion: 2027
Funding: $1 Million
SR 161 - Noise Wall Noise wall construction: I-270 to US 62
Estimated Completion: 2026
Funding: $8 Million
US 62 - Feasibility Study Improvements: Smith's Mill Rd to Johnstown
Estimated Completion: 2030
Funding: $5 Million
SR 37 Corridor Study Identify solutions from Delaware to SR 161
Estimated Completion: 2028
Funding: $2 Million
SR 161 / I-70 Connection Study Identify & evaluate options for N/S connections
Estimated Completion: 2028
Funding: $1 Million
SR 161 Study US 62 to Thornwood Dr: Widening Study
Estimated Completion: 2030
Funding: $8 Million
ODOT CONSTRUCTION
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) have committed $90 million for transportation improvements in the area surrounding Intel’s future campus. Most of the investment will fund projects on local roadways in Delaware, Franklin and Licking counties. The projects will ensure the network of local roads has the capacity to handle the rapid growth in central Ohio.
CONSTRUCTION UPDATES
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July 10
Mink Street Traffic Pattern Change
On Wednesday, July 10 the traffic pattern will change on Mink St., switching traffic from the west side of Mink St. to the east side of Mink St.
Spring - Summer
Upcoming Superload Deliveries
View the routes of upcoming superloads being delivered to the Intel site.
Summer 2024
Mink St/Clover Valley New Waterline Flush
New waterline near Mink Street and Clover Valley Road is being disinfected and flushed before being put into service.
APRIL - SEPTEMBER
Extended Work Hours
A work hour variance has been approved through September for extended day and night shift work hours.