Wilmington Pike Improvements
September 21, 2020: The milling and paving has started on Wilmington Pike. During this phase, traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction, congestion is expected. On Monday September 21st, milling will take place on the curb lanes and then an intermediate layer of asphalt will be placed on the curb lanes, traffic will be moved to the center lanes. Towards the end of the week, the final layer of asphalt will be placed on the center lanes.
Property owners and businesses will have access to their drive entrances during construction. Please consider an alternate route.
The project is expected to be completed in October.
Bid Date: February 13, 2020 Link to Bid Information: https://www.bidexpress.com/solicitations/14809
Project Description: The City of Kettering will undertake roadway maintenance and enhancement activities on Wilmington Pike from Brown Road to Stroop Road. Under the proposed project, the City of Kettering will remove 2.5 inch of existing roadway surface, and provide a new asphalt surface course with new thermoplastic pavement markings. As part of the project, the City will also address a gap in the existing sidewalk system: currently, the west side of the roadway lacks a sidewalk from Woodman Drive to south of Bigger Road. A new 5’ sidewalk will be installed between the existing sidewalk segments.
Project Limits: On Wilmington Pike from Stroop Road, south to the Corp. line.
Project Engineer: Chad Ingle, P.E.