Weekly Road Construction


Highways are decorated with orange barrels this week. Here are the closures for the week of May 12-18:

Auglaize County

• I-75 northbound and southbound between Bellefontaine Street and National Road, Daily lane closures April 28th – May 16th between the hours of 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. One lane will remain open in each direction at all times.

Clark County

• U.S. 68 in both directions at bridge near Ohio 334, 24 hour lane closures May 2 – 30. One lane will remain open in each direction.

• Ohio 334 westbound ramp (on the right side of Ohio 334) to U.S. 68 southbound, 24 hour ramp closure March 31 to May 30. (The ramp on the left side of westbound Ohio 334 to southbound U.S. 68 will remain open without any width restrictions.)

• Ohio 235 northbound and southbound near U.S. 40, 24 hour bridge restriction March 31 through Aug. 31. One lane of alternating traffic will be maintained. Road width will be 15 feet 3 inches.

Montgomery County

• Second Street between Edwin C. Moses Boulevard and Red Cross Lane; Salem Avenue between Edwin C. Moses Boulevard and Robert Drive; Robert Drive between Monument Avenue and Third Street; Vista Drive between Second and Third Streets: 24 hour road closure May 19 through September of 2017. Detours will be posted.

• Dayton-Xenia Road Ramp to U.S. 35 westbound; Woodman Drive Ramp to U.S. 35 westbound and eastbound; U.S. 35 westbound ramp to Woodman Drive; U.S. 35 westbound Ramp to Smithville Road; Smithville Road Ramp to U.S. 35 eastbound; U.S. 35 eastbound Ramp to Woodman Drive; U.S. 35 eastbound Ramp to Dayton-Xenia Road: nightly ramp closures May 12 -17 between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. Official detour signs will be posted along the respective routes.

• U.S. 35 eastbound and westbound between Livingston Avenue and I-675, Nightly lane closures May 5 – 17 between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m.

• Spinning Road between Penn Avenue and Linden Avenue, 24 hour closure May 16 at 7 p.m. through May 19 at 6 a.m. Detour signs will be posted.

• Eastwood Metro Park near Harshman Road, pavement repairs to parking lot and driveway May 5 – 23. The park will remain open, but there will be restricted access for boating and fishing during the repairs.

• I-70 eastbound between Ohio 235 and Ohio 202, lane closure May 12 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Two eastbound lanes will remain open.

• I-70 eastbound between Arlington Road and Number Nine Road, a crossover lane will be in effect April 14 through July 31. One lane of I-70 westbound will be shifted to I-70 eastbound so that crews can work on the interstate.

• Ohio 4 between I-75 and Stanley Avenue, 24 hour lane closures April 7 through Oct. 31. One lane will remain open in each direction.

• Ohio 4 between Ohio 235 and Adams Road, 24 hour lane closures April 30 – Sept. 1. One lane will remain open in each direction at all times.

• Robert Drive between Second Street and Third Street, 24 hour lane closure. March 25 through April 30. Official detour signs will be posted.

• The ramp from U.S. 35 eastbound to I-75 northbound, 24 hour ramp closure through September 2017. During this time, motorists will be able to use the specially designed U-turn lane located at the Edwin C. Moses Boulevard exit.

• Robert Drive between Fifth Street and Third Street; First Street between Robert Drive and Red Cross Lane: 24 hour road closure through September of 2017.

• The First Street, Second Street and Third Street ramps along I-75 northbound and southbound, permently closed. A newly constructed ramp is scheduled to open to motorists in the downtown area in December of 2016.

Shelby County

• East Lockington Road Bridge between Miami River Road and River Road, 24 hour road closure May 6 through Oct. 15.

• I-75 north and south between Fair Road and County Route 25A (Piqua), Nightly lane closures May 11 -17 between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. One lane will remain open in each direction at all times.

• I-75 northbound and southbound between County Route 25A (Piqua) and Ohio 219, Nightly lane closures April 21 through September 30 between the hours of 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. One lane will remain open in each direction.

• I-75 northbound and southbound between the Great Miami River Bridge and Fair Road, width restrictions March 31 – September 30. All lanes will be reduced in width to 10 feet 6 inches.


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