The West Central Avenue corridor in West Carrollton is targeted for traffic and road upgrades in anticipation of it being the future home to a $4.5 million volleyball complex with a restaurant and bar. FILE

A coming $4.5M sports complex and restaurant/bar will lead to other improvements in West Carrollton

Traffic and road improvements in downtown West Carrollton are planned as part a project to bring an $4.5 million volleyball facility with a restaurant and bar to the city.

The city is looking to complete infrastructure improvements along West Central Avenue by Oct. 1, 2019, the target date for the completion of an 82,000-square-foot, indoor/outdoor volleyball facility near the town’s center.

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A traffic impact study is part the project that will determine what is required to accommodate the facility to be built by Spike-It LLC of Cincinnati. The city has agreed to sell the company seven acres at 200 W. Central to make way for the complex.

West Carrollton City Council Tuesday night approved a measure to allow the city manager to advertise for bids for the West Central improvements.

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The project will include “streetscape and intersection improvements, as well as the installation of on-street parking and the addition of a bicycle path,” the city has said.


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