The decade-long modernization project of Interstate 75 through downtown Dayton will officially come to an end Thursday.
ODOT said the project was an investment of over $300 million, and was constructed an entire year ahead of schedule and below budget.
“The newly constructed interstate creates a smoother, less congested commute for motorists, as well as new ramps in and out of the Dayton area,” ODOT District 7 Public Information Officer Mandi Dillon said in a release issued earlier this week.
ODOT will hold a project completion ceremony Thursday at 10:30 a.m. on Second Street in downtown Dayton.
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