Weekly road report released

Staff Writer
Columbus CEO

The following is the weekly report of construction and maintenance work on state highways from the Ohio Department of Transportation:


Allen County

Updates on the Interstate 75 project in Lima:

"¢ Interstate 75 between Fourth Street and Ohio 81 in Lima will have occasional nighttime lane restrictions during reconstruction of the existing lanes of pavement, replacement of bridges and reconstruction of interchanges. Work will continue through fall 2015. Traffic is maintained two lanes in each direction the majority of the time. Lane restrictions generally occur from 7 p.m. until 10 a.m.

"¢ Traffic in both the northbound and southbound directions is now traveling on the new concrete pavement from just south of Fourth Street to a point prior to the Ohio 117/309 interchange where traffic is then transitioned back to the existing pavement.

"¢ Paving just north of the Ohio 117/309 interchange to Reservoir Road in the northbound lanes outside the barrier wall will begin today. During paving operations, traffic on Interstate 75 could be affected at times. Motorists are cautioned to watch for concrete trucks entering and exiting the highway as the operation continues.

"¢ U.S. 30 at Ohio 696 in Beaverdam will be restricted to one lane today for pavement repair.

"¢ Interstate 75 at the Breese Road overhead will be restricted to one lane for pavement repair two days during the week, generally between the hours of 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

"¢ U.S. 30 just east of Ohio 115, both eastbound and westbound, will be one lane for about one month for replacement of bridge approach areas.


"¢ Ohio 65 at Road L-10 south of the village of Ottawa will be restricted at times in the upcoming weeks for removal of pavement at the intersection. The work coincides with a project being performed by CSX Railroad which will eliminate the railroad crossing at this location.

"¢ U.S. 224 a half mile west of the village of Kalida to the CSX railroad in the village of Ottawa restricted to one lane during installation of handicapped ramps which is expected to be completed during the week.

"¢ Ohio 108 south of Miller City to just north of Miller City restricted to one lane for installation of handicapped ramps. Work is expected to begin with the next two weeks.

"¢ U.S. 224 between N. Walnut Street and N. Oak Street in the village of Ottawa will be closed for four days beginning Oct. 7 for a railroad crossing repair.

"¢ Ohio 694 from the Glandorf corporation limit to just north of Glandorf restricted to one lane for installation of handicapped ramps.


"¢ Through October, intermittent lane restrictions are possible in both directions on U.S. 224 between the Hancock/Seneca County line and Ohio 18 for resurfacing. "¢ Ohio 587 between Township Road 112 and Ohio 18 will be closed into October for resurfacing.


"¢ U.S. 23 between Carey and Upper Sandusky will be restricted to one lane for pavement repair at various locations, mainly at bridge locations.

"¢ Ohio 67 from Ohio 53 to Ohio 103 restricted to one lane for pavement repair and resurfacing.

"¢ Ohio 53 north of Upper Sandusky is now open but potential lane restrictions could occur at various times.

"¢ U.S. 23 at the western split with U.S. 30 at Upper Sandusky will be restricted to one lane for shoulder work which will occur over the next two weeks.

"¢ Ohio 53 just north of the Wyandot County Fairgrounds will be restricted to one lane at times for earth work.

"¢ Ohio 103/Ohio 199 in the village of Carey is now open.

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