Transportation Improvements

From intersections to traffic safety, multi-use trails to sidewalks, Hilliard residents have a lot of interest in transportation and mobility in their community.

We want to keep you informed about the status of current and future projects while giving you the opportunity to share your thoughts about where things can be improved.

Share your thoughts on locations for potential future projects, or ask any questions you might have about planned improvements here on Talk2Us hilliard!

From intersections to traffic safety, multi-use trails to sidewalks, Hilliard residents have a lot of interest in transportation and mobility in their community.

We want to keep you informed about the status of current and future projects while giving you the opportunity to share your thoughts about where things can be improved.

Share your thoughts on locations for potential future projects, or ask any questions you might have about planned improvements here on Talk2Us hilliard!

Roundabout Rules!

Safety is our highest priority, and data proves roundabouts are a safer intersection solution than traffic signals or traditional unsignalized intersections. Because of the slower vehicle speeds, the chance of a fatal or serious injury crash at a roundabout is very small.  At two-way stop controlled or signalized intersections, speeds are much higher; the T-bone crashes that are common at these types of intersections can be devastating, sending many drivers to the hospital.

Throughout the 12+ year history of roundabouts in Hilliard, the Norwich Township Fire Department has never had to extricate a motorist from a car using the “Jaws of Life” at a crash at a roundabout. Safety translates to pedestrians at roundabouts too.  Vehicle speeds at the crosswalks are typically under 25 mph, and lower vehicle speeds are the #1 factor in pedestrian safety.

Simply put, roundabouts save lives. 

We know our community has a lot of thoughts about roundabouts. Feel free to share your constructive feedback with us below!

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