This project expanded the two-lane rural section to a four-lane urban roadway consistent with the County Highway 27 Corridor Study between CH 21 and CH 44 in Credit River Township.
CH 27 is an important Minor-Arterial roadway serving eastern Scott County. As part of the CH 27 Corridor Study, concepts were evaluated for the expansion of CH 27 to four-lanes with trail/sidewalk between CH 21 and CH 44 in Credit River Township.
Purpose and Justification
This project improves safety and added capacity by providing turn lanes, center median, paved shoulders, and access management. This corridor also provides connectivity to two regional parks and currently has no trail/shoulder for bike or pedestrian movements.
CH 27 Corridor Study
The Final Report (PDF) is available for review and includes the findings and recommendations from the year-long corridor study. The report was adopted by the city councils, township boards and County Board.