Phillips-Willys Interchange Connector (Berdan-Detroit and Cherry-Manhattan Roundabouts)

Phillips-Willys Interchange Connector project reconstructs a mile long street corridor in north central Toledo to address changing traffic patterns and new development opportunities.  Improvements in the I-75/I-475 systems interchange will significantly change interstate access to and from the area and the former Jeep plant site that is being redeveloped as the Overland Industrial Park.  This project includes replacing five intersections in the corridor with modern multi-lane roundabouts to improve intersection geometry, traffic capacity and operational flow especially at an intersection formerly known as the “Thousand Islands”  where Berdan, Detroit, Cherry, Collingwood and Manhattan Boulevard all intersect.  The project includes a separate multi-use path to promote pedestrian and bicycle friendly connectivity in the area.  Better access and gateway features will  improve connectivity to major institutions in the area, the central business district and surrounding neighborhoods consistent with the Toledo 20/20 and Cherry Street Legacy Corridor Plans.

Information will be posted here as it becomes available.

Project Schematic

Aerial Overlay

Project Limits