What are the most dangerous roadways in Centerville? 


A first quarter traffic analysis in Centerville determined the top five roadways with the highest accident rates based on traffic volume.

>> Dangerous Ohio 725 intersection targeted in ODOT plan

The intersections are:

  • Wilmington Pike between Whipp Road and Clyo Road
  • E. Franklin Street between Main Street and Clyo Road
  • S. Main Street between Spring Valley Road and Franklin Street
  • Far Hills Avenue between Whipp Road and Alex Bell Road
  • N. Main Street between Alex Bell Road and Franklin Street

>> Dayton traffic from the WHIO traffic center

Centerville police will be conducting selective enforcement in these areas to reduce the number of crashes in the second quarter, according to a release. Violations including speed, assured clear distance, improper lane changes, red light violations, driver inattention and seat belt violations will be strictly enforced.


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