This project involved design of a grade separation between I-670/International Gateway and Stelzer Road. It also included the realignment of the International Gateway for the proposed relocation and expansion of the terminal facilities. A key concern of the Columbus Airport Authority and the City of Columbus was the aesthetic treatment of the project. This concern was since this project will serve as a Gateway to the airport for first-time air passengers and visitors to the city.
This project for Columbus Airport I-670 and International Gateway Exchange involved two essential components.
- The design of a grade separation between I-670/International Gateway and Stelzer Road
- Realignment of International Gateway for the proposed relocation and expansion of the terminal facilities of the Columbus Airport
DLZ was responsible for the overall design of this project and for coordination with a separate contract that included two new crossover taxiways between the main north and south runways. The design elements included roadway, drainage, traffic control, signals, bridges, maintenance-of-traffic plans, interchange lighting, survey, geotechnical engineering, right-of-way plans, and SWPPP.
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