E.L. Robinson completed construction plans for pavement rehabilitation and various structure rehabilitations on IR 270 on the northeast side of Columbus. This project was split in to two plan sets. Part 1 involved pavement rehabilitation on IR 270 just north of the IR 670 interchange. ELR performed an MOTAA and coordinated with MOTEC/PIAC to determine the impacts of closing I-270 and diverting traffic to the CD roads. Part 2 involved the widening of IR 270 to eliminate a left hand inside lane drop and inside merge with IR 670, and the Goshen Lane structure rehabilitation. A Feasibility Study was completed that evaluated three options to widen IR 270 and provide the required vertical clearance under Goshen Lane. The options analyzed the impacts of lowering IR 270, raising the Goshen Lane structure, and a combination of both. It was determined that the length of profile adjustment and additional pavement width along IR 270 outweighed the structure and approach pavement costs of raising Goshen Lane. Additionally, the multiphase maintenance of traffic (MOT) scheme required to replace the IR 270 pavement while maintaining all lanes of IR 270 increased the cost and complexity of the lowering of IR 270 options.