Range Line Road extension to Lowes Way connector

The Rangeline Road project includes constructing a roadway boulevard with a 5 foot sidewalk to the east side and 8 foot multi-use path along the west side. The project will begin at the north approach of the roundabout at 136th Street and extend north to a proposed roundabout just south of US 31. The proposed roundabout at the north end of the project will connect Rangeline Road with the Lowes Way Connection project in partnership with Hamilton County. The existing curb lines at the 136th Street roundabout will be modified to eliminate the damaging effects of trailer off tracking. In addition to the standard drainage improvement associated with a curb and gutter roadway, a box culvert will be installed north of the Little Cool Creek bridge along the west side of the roadway and will discharge into Little Cool Creek east of the existing bridge. This improvement will eliminate over the road flow and help reduce flooding during large rainfall events. Street lighting will be installed throughout the limits of the project. Finally, the roadway surface of Rangeline Road will be milled and overlaid between 6th St NW and the south approach to the 136th Street roundabout. The project is anticipated to be constructed in the Summer of 2017.