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NAPOLEON, OH (Toledo News Now) -
effort to reduce traffic and make it easier for drivers to get around Napoleon
is underway. Engineers in Henry County are moving forward with plans for a new
a lot of traffic that comes through downtown [Napoleon], especially trying to
go from the north side to the south side, especially a lot of truck traffic,"
said Tim Schumm, Henry County Engineer.
bridge on Perry Street is currently the only way for trucks in town to get from
the new US-24 to Napoleon's industrial area and the Campbell's Soup plant.
Engineers want to build a second bridge over the Maumee River to change that,
and so far, they have ODOT's support.
this second river bridge connecting the industrial parks, that will get a lot
of truck traffic out of the downtown area," Schumm said.
could make the downtown area more pedestrian-friendly and attract new
makes sense for the people," said Joel Miller, director of the Henry County
Chamber of Commerce. "They'll be able to get in and out of the shops, in and
out of the businesses, in and out of the offices a lot easier, and that just seems
to be the trend."
says that's not the only place that could see growth.
be easy to get off the brand new 24 and it will be easy to get in and out of
the industrial area and that side of Napoleon," he said. "It will make it
easier for people to do business."
just approved a feasibility study, so now the county can move forward with
environmental work and plans. They plan to hold a public meeting in December.