Possible roads closed in Ohio:
(more info from ODOT
until Nov 30. Scranton Rd. bridge over I-90 will be reduced to northbound traffic only beginning on Friday, September 10. Southbound traffic is closed.
until Jun 30, 2024. State Route 18, from just west of Alber Drive to Nettleton Road, will have single lane closures as crews widen and reconstruct the roadway. Crews will begin milling out the asphalt in the middle of the road at the east end of the job, from Nettleton Road to the new Frontage Roads. This work is necessary to construct the concrete median and complete pavement in this section. Left turns movements, between Nettleton Road and the new Frontage Roads, will be restricted with the installation of the concrete median. Traffic will be directed to use the legal U-turns at Nettleton Road and Frontage Road to reach businesses in this area. Crews continue to construct South Frontage Road. Crews will begin setting strain poles and arms for the new traffic signals. Continue pouring all-purpose walkway on the south side of SR 18. Cleanup work and prep work to put traffic into its winter patter continues on the west side. Crews are reconstructing the east side of River Styx. The traffic configuration on SR 18 will have a minimum of one lane in each with turn lanes at intersections. SR 18, from Alber Drive to Glenshire Road will be reduced to 10¿ lanes in both directions.
until Oct 31. SR 83, from just south of U.S. 30 to Milltown Road, will have daily lane closures for the removal and replacement of all existing full-depth pavement, shoulder widening, ramp improvements, and the roadway curvature on SR 83 northbound, south of SR 3 interchange, will be modified to improve sight distance.
NEW IMPACTS: The entrance ramps from Cleveland Road (SR 3) to SR 83/3 northbound and southbound will close until further notice on Thursday, May 26 to ensure a safe work zone for the traveling public.
CONTINUING IMPACTS: The SR 3/83 northbound exit ramp to SR 3 (Cleveland Road) is closed for 45 days to rebuild the ramp will full depth concrete pavement removal and replacement. SR 3/83 has been placed into a contraflow pattern, from just north of SR 585 to Milltown Road. One lane of northbound traffic will be crossed over, just north of SR 585, to the southbound side of the road in order for crews to begin pavement removal on the northbound lanes. Northbound and southbound traffic will be divided by portable concrete barrier wall, from just north of SR 585 to just south of Cleveland Road. From just south of Cleveland Road to Milltown Road, northbound and southbound traffic will both still be on the south side of the road; however, cones will divide traffic in this area. Traffic will be maintained in one 11¿ lane in each direction at all times.
until Oct 31. U.S. Route 250 roundabout ¿ U.S. 250, at the SR 60/Faultless Drive intersection, will have lane closures for a roundabout project. The roundabout opened to traffic on Thursday, September 29. Crews will continue miscellaneous work and finalization work.
until Apr 30, 2030. The ramp from Broad St. to I-71 north is closed permanently to make room for the extension of Elijah Pierce Ave. from Broad St. to Long St.
until Oct 31. An intersection improvement and urban paving project on U.S. Route 22 (Rombach Avenue) in Wilmington.
On Thursday, June 3, contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation started construction of a two-part project that will rehabilitation and improve Rombach Avenue between Eastside Drive and the Wilmington corporation limit near the S.R. 73 interchange.
The entire project, which is outlined over two parts, includes constructing a loon at Progress Way; improving the radius at Lowe's Drive; improving the signalization at Walmart Drive; reconstructing degraded portions of curb, walk, drainage structures and pavement; constructing approximately 4,800 feet of a shared-use path; and resurfacing nearly three miles of Rombach Avenue between Eastside Drive and the Wilmington corporation limit.
During the first phase of the project, crews' efforts will be directed toward the storm sewer, water and sanitary lines, as well as pavement repairs and curb, sidewalk, and intersection work at Lowes Drive and Progress Way.
The right lanes of Rombach Avenue will be closed in both directions through the work zone, and traffic will be maintained in one, 11-foot lane in each direction, and a two-way left-turn will also be maintained.
The John R. Jurgensen Company was awarded a contract for approximately $9.3 million to complete the project, and all work is scheduled to be completed in late fall of 2022.