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Re: Dayton, OH
« Reply #25 on: January 30, 2022, 01:06:06 AM »

Question for y'all: I just drove the Dayton International Airport Access Road and apparently it's not a state highway. So who maintains it? When was the freeway portion built through US 40 to I-70? Historicaerials suggests that first the new terminal was built (1961), then the new access road was constructed to US 40 (1968 shows it being improved near the terminal), but there's a gap to the "1984" aerial where the whole access to I-70 is shown. Meanwhile, the airport's own website suggests the access to I-70 came somewhat later than 1984, hence my quotation marks.

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Re: Dayton, OH
« Reply #26 on: January 30, 2022, 01:40:02 AM »

First ODOT map showing a connection between I-70 & Dayton Airport is 1983.
As to who maintains it? Either Montgomery Co or Vandalia (I don't believe the airport road is under the jurisdiction of Dayton).
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Re: Dayton, OH
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Re: Dayton, OH
« Reply #28 on: January 30, 2022, 08:30:15 PM »

Question for y'all: I just drove the Dayton International Airport Access Road and apparently it's not a state highway. So who maintains it? When was the freeway portion built through US 40 to I-70? Historicaerials suggests that first the new terminal was built (1961), then the new access road was constructed to US 40 (1968 shows it being improved near the terminal), but there's a gap to the "1984" aerial where the whole access to I-70 is shown. Meanwhile, the airport's own website suggests the access to I-70 came somewhat later than 1984, hence my quotation marks.

The City of Dayton definitely is responsible for the Terminal Drive portion north of US 40. They were the local sponsor for a project to rehab that part of the roadway.

The section between US 40 and the vicinity of the I-70 interchange appears to be the City of Vandalia. They were the local sponsor for a resurfacing project according to the MPO.

It's not clear who handles the part right by the I-70 interchange. Maybe ODOT?
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