West Clermont Area Improvements

Project Scope:

This project will improve access and safety for both vehicle and pedestrian traffic in the area around the new West Clermont High School, located on the northwest corner of the Clough Pike and Bach Buxton Road intersection.

Improvements will include:

  • New turn lanes at the school’s four entrances (two on Clough, two on Bach Buxton)
  • New signals at two of the school’s new entrances, one on Clough and one on Bach Buxton
  • Widening and resurfacing portions of Clough and Bach Buxton
  • Turning lane improvements and signal upgrades at the intersections of Clough and Bach Buxton, and Clough and McMann
  • New sidewalks on Bach Buxton extending from Valley Wood to the school, from Woodmont to Clough, and from Clough to the school’s entrance
  • Drainage improvements

Additional turning lane improvements and signal upgrades will be made at Bach Buxton and Shayler as part of a separate project.

Start of Construction:

Spring 2017

Community Benefit:

The CCTID is working closely with the West Clermont Local School District and Union Township to support better safety and traffic flow for the approximately 2,400 students who will attend the newly-constructed West Clermont High School. This project will support increased traffic in the area, and improve safety and access for motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians.

Estimated Completion Date:

Summer 2017

Estimated Construction Cost:


Project Documents:

West Clermont Area Improvements Map

Project Status

Construction is currently in progress.

As part of the work taking place, the Engineer’s Office has scheduled a road closure on Clough Pike between McMann Road and Bach-Buxton Road to facilitate the replacement of a culvert that runs underneath the road. The closure will be in place from Monday, May 1, 2017, through Friday, June 30, 2017. Advance warning and detour signs will be posted.

Please see the related detour below:

Take a look at the photo gallery as work takes place on the new school and on the surrounding roads.
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