Possible roads closed in Ohio:
(more info from ODOT
Near White Oak
until Jun 1. Install micro-conduit on S.R. 126 between I-275 and U.S. 27. Also install on I-275 between S.R. 28 and S.R. 32.
until Oct 31. Bridge rehabilitation project on E. McMillan Street over U.S. Route 42 (Reading Road).
Contractors working for the Ohio Department of Transportation will close a lane on southbound Burnet Avenue under E. McMillan Street daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. while crews continue work on the bridge. Also, one lane remains closed on E. McMillan Street.
The entire project calls for replacing pier pylons and lighting, repairing the substructure, replacing abutment bearings, painting structural steel, resurfacing the bridge deck and other preservation items of the McMillan Street bridge.
Prus Construction Company was awarded a contract for approximately $1.63 million to complete the project, and all work is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2024.
until Sep 15, 2024. S.R. 32/Bach Buxton Project.
Friday, May 19: Single- and double-lane closures on S.R. 32 East and West, between Old S.R. 74 and Elick Lane, nightly from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. the following day. Traffic will be maintained.
On Sunday, June 4, the following traffic changes will be imparted along the S.R. 32 corridor as contractors move into the next phase of interchange construction.
S.R. 32 traffic between Glen Este-Withamsville Road and Elick Lane will be shifted to the outside in each direction, with three lanes of eastbound and two lanes of westbound traffic continuing to be maintained.
The new off-ramp from S.R. 32 East to Clepper Lane will be opened to traffic, and a new signal will be in operation at the end of the ramp to Clepper Lane.
Access to the south leg of Glen Este-Withamsville Road from S.R. 32 will be closed permanently.
Eastbound S.R. 32 traffic may use the new Clepper Lane off-ramp; westbound S.R. 32 motorists may continue traveling west to the Eastgate Boulevard interchange and follow this to either Eastgate South Drive or Aicholtz Road to Glen Este-Withamsville Road.
Southbound Glen Este-Withamsville Road motorists may follow either S.R. 32 East to the Clepper Lane off-ramp or S.R. 32 West to Eastgate Boulevard.
Marian Drive will reopen, and northbound traffic on Bach Buxton Road will be switched to the newly constructed roadway to Marian Drive.
As part of the Eastern Corridor program, the S.R. 32/Bach Buxton interchange project will create a new, full-service diamond interchange along S.R. 32 immediately east of the existing Elick Lane intersection by realigning and extending Bach Buxton Road over S.R. 32 and connecting with Old S.R. 74 on the north side.
Permanent closures have been implemented at Newberry Drive and Fayard Drive at eastbound S.R. 32, and with these local roads closed, motorists will be redirected by way of Elick Lane, Bach Buxton Road and Shayler Road.
As part of the interchange project, the intersection of Elick Lane at S.R. 32 will be eliminated, and Elick Lane will be turned into a cul-de-sac. Newberry Drive (at the former Thorntons gas station) will also be closed permanently, and three traffic signals within the corridor will be eliminated.
Due to safety concerns, the intersection from eastbound S.R. 32 to Fayard Drive was closed. Westbound S.R. 32 to Fayard Drive will be closed in August 2023; this is a permanent closure in which Fayard Drive will cul-de-sac at the junction with S.R. 32.
Additional phases of the project will include constructing a third, westbound lane on S.R. 32, between the new interchange and Glen Este-Withamsville Road, and realigning Bach Buxton Road between Marian Drive and Clepper Lane.
Newberry Drive is closed, and motorists have access to S.R. 32 by way of Marian Drive and Bach Buxton.
The John R. Jurgensen Company was awarded a contract for approximately $42.5 million to undertake the project, and all work is scheduled to be complete in late fall 2024.
For additional information regarding the entire Eastern Corridor program, visit Eastern Corridor Transportation Improvements, and for ongoing traffic, construction and weather-related information throughout the state, please visit www.OHGO.com.
Near Terrace Park
until Jun 1. Install micro-conduit on I-275 between S.R. 32 and S.R. 28. Also install on S.R. 126 between I-275 and U.S. 27.
until Jun 1. Bridge rehabilitation project along U.S. Route 50 (Columbia Parkway).
The entire project calls for rehabilitating two bridges located on Columbia Parkway, one over Heekin Avenue and one over the westbound ramp to Eastern Avenue, with full deck replacements, substructure repairs, structural steel painting, lighting, approach work, guardrail and railing.
Triton Construction, Inc. was awarded a contract for approximately $6.7 million to complete the project, and all work is scheduled to be completed in summer of 2023.
Near Mount Carmel
until Jul 31, 2024. State Route 32 Green-T intersection project.
Contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation are constructing a signalized Green-T intersection at S.R. 32 and Eight Mile Road near Newtown, and during the upcoming phase of work, crews will be reprofiling Eight Mile Road and widening westbound S.R. 32 at the intersection.
On Wednesday, April 19, Eight Mile Road was closed at its junction with S.R. 32 for up to 200 days, and traffic will be detoured via Clough Pike, Mt. Carmel Tobasco Road and S.R. 32.
As part of the Green-T project, construction includes widening a portion of S.R. 32; realigning, widening and improving the profile grade on Eight Mile; installing signals; replacing drainage; and repairing a slide repair along eastbound S.R. 32. Once completed, the Green-T intersection will provide for a free-flow of traffic for westbound S.R. 32 motorists with a continuous green light, while turning movements to and from Eight Mile Road and eastbound S.R. 32 traffic will be maintained with a signal.
The John R. Jurgensen Company was awarded a contract for approximately $4.57 million to undertake the project, and all work is scheduled to be complete in the summer of 2024.
until Sep 30. I-75 Resurfacing - On I-75 North and South, between the Brent Spence Bridge and Harrison Avenue. Operations are scheduled to resume Sunday, May 21, following a winter hiatus, and crews will be paving the final surface course and applying permanent pavement markings on the mainline, as well as the various ramps within the project limits. A schedule for restrictions has yet to be determined; however, all work is anticipated to be completed by late summer.
Near Delhi Hills
until Oct 31. The Cincinnati Department of Transportation & Engineering (DOTE) has begun a $5 million street rehabilitation project extending nearly four miles along River Road/U.S. 50 between Anderson Ferry Road in Delhi to Dart Street in Sayler Park.
Crews this week are on site marking locations that need full-depth base repairs. Excavation is expected to begin next week.
Crews will work in the opposite travel lanes as rush hour traffic ¿ heading westbound away from Downtown before 9 a.m. and eastbound after 9 a.m. All work will wrap up by 4 p.m. daily.
Through traffic will continue to be allowed during the eight-month project, though motorists should expect intermittent delays, depending on the work being performed.
Message boards are posted at both ends of the work zone to alert motorists of upcoming construction activity. Motorists are asked to slow down and pass through the area with caution.
The project is scheduled to be completed by Oct. 31.
The contractor is Cincinnati-based John R. Jurgensen Co. The $5 million project is funded with a combination of city capital and a Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) transportation infrastructure grant.
until Jun 30. Changes will soon be coming to signals on the U.S. Route 22 (Montgomery Road) in Hamilton and Warren counties, as construction gets under way for an intersection improvement project to enhance safety and traffic flow along the corridor.
Contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation will be installing detection equipment and implementing signal enhancements to install flashing yellow arrow heads on U.S. Route 22/Montgomery Road, from the signal at the eastbound I-275 interchange ramp to the one at the Landen Drive intersection.
The flashing yellow arrows replace the traditional green ball for left-turn movements, allowing drivers to turn left with a flashing yellow arrow only when there is no oncoming traffic and crosswalks are clear of pedestrians and bicyclists. By providing more turning opportunities and keeping traffic moving, the flashing yellow arrow has been proven to reduce left-turn crashes and minimize travel delays.
Construction on the signals started Monday, March 20, at the I-275 and Hertz Drive signal, and crews will progress eastward along the route through the spring and early summer. The existing signals will continue to operate in standard fashion, and although there should be minor impacts to motorists, traffic will be maintained with the use of flaggers as needed during crews' work hours.
In addition to the signal work on Montgomery Road, the contractor will be upgrading signals on state Route 125, between May Street and Woodlands Drive in Clermont County, and installing ramp meter signals at the I-75 North entrance ramp from Mitchell Avenue.
Complete General Construction was awarded a contract for approximately $1.24 million to complete the upgrade, and all work is scheduled for completion in late summer of 2023.
until Jun 1. Installation of left-turn lanes in both directions on U.S. 27 at New London Road and Herman Road, and on U.S. 27 South at Ross-Millville Road.
As work continues on the U.S. 27 intersection improvement project at New London and Herman roads, lane closures will be in place next week.
On Monday, May 22, a single-lane closure will be in place on U.S. 27 between Herman and Ross Millville roads from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for pavement work. Traffic will be maintained with flaggers.
Then, on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 23 & 24, contractors working for the Ohio Department of Transportation will be working in the center turn lanes and shoulders on U.S. 27 installing pavement markings between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. the following day. Traffic will be maintained with flaggers as needed.
The entire project is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2023.
until Oct 31. A resurfacing project on S.R. 264 (Bridgetown Road) through Miami and Green townships, from near Indian Brave Trail and the Cleves corporation limit to Parkcrest Drive at Cincinnati. Traffic will be maintained by flaggers daily during hours of operation, from approximately 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.