I don’t think I ever had a problem with congestion at the old intersection, but maybe I just wasn’t traveling at the right times. It must have been bad if they spent $41 Million to fix it. Enjoy the faster travel times.
New Airport Interchange Opens
Monday, November 16, 2009 6:33 PM
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Just in time for the busy holiday season, travelers at Port Columbus International Airport will have an easier time getting around, 10TV’s Jeff Hogan reported.
The Ohio Department of Transportation on Monday reopened an interchange at Stelzer Road, after two years of construction.
The $41 million project gives drivers different options for accessing the terminal.
Drivers can go directly from I-670, bypassing the traffic light on Stelzer, and going directly to parking lots and the terminals.
Or, drivers can exit as normal, and get to Stelzer Road and nearby businesses.
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